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Windmills of Kinderdijk

Kinderdijk is truly a Dutch icon and a perfect location, on a nice sunny day, for a walk along the river banks or leisurely bike ride to the largest collection of nineteen authentic windmills built in the 1700's. Kinderdijk is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and also has a great living museum where you can personally experience how a windmill works, meet a real-life miller, and explore the mill. It was a great picnic stop off for a few hours on the way back from southern Holland.... only two hours from our home.

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