Zuid-Holland has a rich history and was once a significant power, certainly in the 17th century, the Dutch Golden Age. The rich canal houses, monumental churches and many windmills that are still to be found here are silent witnesses to this glorious past.
The Netherlands has been known for its windmills since as early as the 15th century. They are a symbol of our battle against the water.Read more »
The towns and cities of Zuid-Holland are veritable treasure troves for lovers of architecture.Read more »
Fort Wierickerschans, at Bodegraven was built in the 17th century as a defence and was part of the ‘Oud Hollandse Waterlinie’.Read more »
Besides photogenic canals, pleasant terraces and Delft blue porcelain, Delft also has the Old Church and the New Church.Read more »
The Peace Palace in The Hague is a symbol of international law.Read more »
One of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands is Kinderdijk.Read more »
Fortified towns, forts, sluices, towers and waterways. All this and more can be explored along the New Dutch Inundation Line.Read more »