Cube houses in Rotterdam

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One of the most fascinating example of Rotterdam’s modern architecture is the Kubuswoningen (Cube Houses). The city of Rotterdam asked at Dutch architect Piet Blom to design housing in the most historic section of Rotterdam’s port, so he decided to use the cubic houses idea, applying his earlier cube housing project in Helmond in 1970. The concept behind […]

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Marken – Holland – Part #1

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The fairy-tale village Marken is on a peninsula in the Markermeer, in the North Netherlands, at only 20 minutes from Amsterdam. Marken is a well-known tourist attraction for its characteristic green and white wooden houses (usually painted yellow and blue inside) and for his harbour quarter. Houses here are built on little hills called werven, or on pilings to keep them […]

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Windmills in Kinderdijk – Part #2

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Last shots of windmills in Kinderdijk. Kinderdijk is a village in the Alblasserwaard polder of the Netherlands at 16 kilometers of Rotterdam, and a UNESCO World Heritage in Holland . The most important aspect of Kinderdijk  is undoubtedly the collection of 19 windmills dating from the 1500s, which are considered a Dutch icon throughout the entire world.   […]

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