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Ervaar de Zaanstreek anno 1850. Kijk, wandel, luister, beleef, leer en geniet van dit unieke stukje, authentiek Nederland.
A beautiful 15 minute bicycle ride away, or a quick and easy bus ride. Go after 4pm to avoid the tour bus madhouse, or any time to enjoy the people watching. Don't forget to go over the bridge for an amazing photo of all the windmills and the water.
The place to be when you want to experience the history and nostalgia of the Netherlands! When you think of Holland you probably think of windmills, wooden shoes and cheese. And yes, you'll find all of this when you visit Zaansche Schans! It's hard to imagine that centuries ago people lived here…
Beautiful old windmills, wooden houses on a beautiful location. This is a must-see in the area!!
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