In the middle of Rotterdam and Dordrecht, the famous village of Node Kindergarten (“Children Duke”), which was named after an event during the flood of St. Elizabeth’s Day in 1412.
The Windmills of Kinderdijk
In these days, large-scale 18th-century ventilation was highly preserved. Now 19 Kindergarten ventilation, built between UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 1722 and 1761. The Windmills of Kinderdijk in Natherland is the largest living density of the Netherlands’s ventilation. These royal buildings, mainly used for the removal of Fenland, are 98 beautiful birds, their impressive openings are open from April to October, especially during mills when they are in motion.
Hotel for accommodation: Cheapest Hotel near in The Windmills of Kinderdijk in Natherland.