Ervaar de Zaanstreek anno 1850. Kijk, wandel, luister, beleef, leer en geniet van dit unieke stukje, authentiek Nederland.
The Zaanse Schans is a residential area in which the 18th and 19th centuries are brought to life. Stroll past the bakery museum and enjoy the smell of fresh cookies, or take a look at the warehouse where clogs are made. You should be sure not to miss the cheese factory, pewter foundry and the…
The Zaanse Schans is a small neighborhood in the municipality of Zaanstad. It is one of the most popular outdoor attractions in the Netherlands. Many of the typical Zaanse houses in the Zaanse Schans come from other parts of the Zaan region. They have been brought together here to give visitors an…
Lovely place to see a bit of Dutch Culture you can see how they make wooden shoes and there are museums and places to eat. Certainly must see during your trip in Amsterdam!
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“Peter the Great, one of the great czar's, lived in Zaandam to learn how to built ships to develop Russia's navy ”
“Ripley’s Believe It or Not! is located in Dam Square in Amsterdam’s Red Light District. Each location around the world has different artifacts, so even those who have been to others will find unique items in the exhibits. It’s open daily until 8:30pm, with a separate entrance cost for the 5-D theaterWith his collection of rare and exceptionally bizarre artifacts, Robert Ripley’s name has become associated with items you have to see to believe. Many of his outrageous items are on display at this Amsterdam museum, including a 7-meter tall Transformer made of car parts, a shrunken head from the Amazon, a real Faberge egg, and an ancient T-Rex skull. It is a collection of oddities ”
“Alkmaar is famous because of the Kaasmarkt, go back in time and see the Kaasmarkt at friday morning in the center of Alkmaar”
“I 'recommend' this place, because it will lead you to the center square in Zaandam where you will find loads of restaurants and bars. Open till late, for any budget!” ”
“The Zuiderzee Museum in Enkhuizen brings stories of the people who once lived on the shores of the Zuiderzee to life. See, hear, feel, taste and smell everyday life round the Zuiderzee as it was before the Afsluitdijk (the great IJsselmeer Barrier Dam) turned the former inland sea into what we now know as the IJsselmeer, in 1932. The Zuiderzee Museum focuses on the history, current situation and future of the region. Themes such as water, crafts and communities occupy centre stage. These stories are visualized the Outdoor Museum with its historic buildings, and in the Indoor Museum through thematic exhibitions.”