Visiting Kinderdijk is well worth the visit and especially the 19 preserved windmills built around 1740. Holland is, of course, known for its windmills, and nowhere will you find more than near this little village. These sturdy windmills have been well preserved and in 1997 were made a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is well worthwhile to take the boat trip that includes a guided tour. The countryside is beautiful and if up to it best seen by bicycle.
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