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Erasmusbrug live webcam Rotterdam

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stunning view over the Erasmus Bridge - Erasmusbrug



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Amsterdam - Groningen - Rotterdam - Zaanse Schans

Windmills of Zaanse Schans live webcam Netherlands

Zaanse Schans is a small village on the banks of the Zaan river, complete with tidy green houses, real working windmills and small topical museums. Not all the windmills and buildings started out in Zaanse Schans, many of them were moved here from the region as they came under threat from urban development across North Holland.



The windmills are all working mills, and the perform various functions, including a saw mill, a paint mill and oil mill. The oil mill was working so that’s the one we looked through. Visiting the village is free of charge, but entering in the windmills and other attractions costs a few euro.

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view over the one of the most famous tourist attraction of Netherlands


Grote Markt live webcam Groningen

The Market Square (Grote Markt) dominated by the Martini Tower and the Town Hall is the centerpiece of the city of Groningen and is best known for its concentration of bars and restaurants on the south side, such as the Three Sisters, the largest bar in Europe.

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view over the Market Square (Grote Markt) in the city centre of Groningen

Erasmusbrug Rotterdam live webcam Erasmus Bridge

"Erasmusbrug" (Erasmus Bridge), one of the icons of Rotterdam, also, one of Holland’s most famous bridges, was named after Desiderius Erasmus (Erasmus of Rotterdam), a proeminent Christian renaissance humanist.



The 802-metre-long bridge across the New Meuse was designed by Ben van Berkelit and was officially opened by Queen Beatrix in 1996 as an important connection between the Northern and Southern parts of Rotterdam.

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the Erasmus Bridge with the 139 m asymmetrical pylon ("The Swan")