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yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Holland in 360, wow! Did you know that Holland has over 1,000 historical mills? More than any other country in the world.
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03/23/2017 at 16:39. Facebook
What color bike would you like to ride through Holland?
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03/22/2017 at 16:35. Facebook
We dare you to try and count all the flowers at Keukenhof, which opens today! 7 million tulips, daffodills and hyacinths in bloom for two months. Have you been? [ Link ]
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03/21/2017 at 16:31. Facebook
Who is looking forward to blue skies, flowers, and warmer temperatures?
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03/20/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Villa Mondrian is the house of Piet Mondriaan where many special exhibitions are held. Visit the home of Piet Mondrian, where he learned to draw and paint. [ Link ]
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03/20/2017 at 16:02. Facebook
Olivia would like to know, "Would you visit Keukenhof or the bulb fields?"
Curious about the ins and outs of Mondrian to Dutch Design? Read all about it in this article by the The New York Times #MTDD [ Link ]
In the eastern part of Holland, you'll find Zutphen which is a medieval Hanseatic town, making it one of Holland’s oldest towns. Zutphen also features many great historical and cultural highlights. [ Link ]
Agree or Disagree: Keukenhof is the most beautiful spring garden in the world.

Tip: take a tour in this 360 photo before you answer
Do you know where Dutch Design Week is held every year: E_N_H_ _EN [ Link ]
A foodie tip for your travel bucket list: Visit the largest indoor market in Holland: Rotterdam's Markthal. [ Link ]
Walk in the footsteps of Van Gogh by discovering the Van Gogh story!
The Mondriaanhuis, where Piet Mondriaan was born and lived for the first 8 years of his life, will reopen after a thorough renovation on March 7th. [ Link ]
Have you been looking for a special location to dine? Discover the most unique dining locations in Holland, including this special restaurant in the medieval city of Dordrecht. [ Link ]
In the city centre of Leiden you'll find peace in Holland's oldest botanical garden. [ Link ]
Did you know that the tulip has its origin in Central Asia? It came to Holland in the 16th century. Discover everything about the origin of the tulip in the Tulip Museum in Amsterdam. [ Link ]
Discover the roots of Gerrit Rietveld in Utrecht, where you can also learn more about 100 hundred years of De Stijl. [ Link ]
When the water freezes over, it becomes a party on the ice.

Have you ever seen the Maeslantkering, an impressive movable storm surge barrier with its enormous ‘arms’ that protect the south of Holland from the sea? [ Link ]