a window on the Bloemengracht Amsterdam

a window on the Bloemengracht Amsterdam

Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. The Prinsengracht runs parallel to the Keizersgracht. The canal is one of the four main canals of Amsterdam. The construction started in 1612 at the initiative of Mayor French Hendricksz. The part of the canal between the Leidsegracht and the river Amstel was constructed as part of the 1658 city expansion. Later the part east of the river Amstel was built and named Nieuwe Prinsengracht. Photo SERC. #amsterdam #historic #sites #prinsengracht

Prinsengracht in Amsterdam. The Prinsengracht runs parallel to the Keizersgracht. The canal is one of the four main canals of Amsterdam. The construction started in 1612 at the initiative of Mayor French Hendricksz. The part of the canal between the Leidsegracht and the river Amstel was constructed as part of the 1658 city expansion. Later the part east of the river Amstel was built and named Nieuwe Prinsengracht. Photo SERC. #amsterdam #historic #sites #prinsengracht

The #Efteling, a Dutch amusement park, is one of the most beautiful amusement parks in Europe. Love going here for the beautiful scenery and great attractions. They even have a wheelchair rental.

Efteling is the largest theme park in the Netherlands and one of the oldest theme parks in the world. It's located in the town of Kaatsheuvel, in the municipality of Loon op Zand

Wild animal life in the center of Amsterdam. Here a heron on the Prinsengracht. Photo ANP. #amsterdam #historic #sites

Wild animal life in the center of Amsterdam. Here a heron on the Prinsengracht.

Amsterdams Historisch Museum, nu Amsterdam Museum, in de  Kalverstraat

Amsterdams Historisch Museum, nu Amsterdam Museum, in de Kalverstraat

Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. The Keizersgracht is the middle one of the three main Amsterdam canals: Keizersgracht, Pinsengracht and Herengracht. The canal was named after Emperor Maximilian of Austria. With a width of 31 metres it is the widest canal in the town. It was constructed in 1612 at the same time as the Herengracht and Prinsengracht. Photo SERC. #amsterdam #historic #sites #keizersgracht

Keizersgracht in Amsterdam. The Keizersgracht is the middle one of the three main Amsterdam canals: Keizersgracht, Pinsengracht and Herengracht. The canal was named after Emperor Maximilian of Austria. With a width of 31 metres it is the widest canal in the town. It was constructed in 1612 at the same time as the Herengracht and Prinsengracht. Photo SERC. #amsterdam #historic #sites #keizersgracht

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