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View of Het Loo Palace, 1694-97 (engraving) Featured Netherlands Print

View of Het Loo Palace, 1694-97 (engraving)

XOS1766243 View of Het Loo Palace, 1694-97 (engraving) by Call, Jan I van (c.1656-c.1706); Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; (add.info.: Gezicht op Paleis Het Loo vanuit vogelvlucht, Jan van Call (I), 1694 - 1697); Dutch, out of copyright

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Aerial View, Apeldoorn, Dutch, Estate, Garden, Gardens, Grounds, Het Loo Palace, Holland, Landscape, Landscaped, Netherlands, Paleis Het Loo

Red and yellow tulips in a multicolor tulips field near the De Kaagmolen windmill Featured Netherlands Print

Red and yellow tulips in a multicolor tulips field near the De Kaagmolen windmill

Red and yellow tulips in a multicolor tulips field near the De Kaagmolen windmill (Opmeer municipality, North Holland, Netherlands

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Stadium for the 1928 Amsterdam Olympic Games Featured Netherlands Print

Stadium for the 1928 Amsterdam Olympic Games

An aerial view of the stadium built for the 1928 Amsterdam Olympics. Originally with a capacity of 32, 000, the stadium was rebuilt to accomodate 42, 000. Behind that is the marathon tower, designed so that the whole of the marathon race could be followed. A plume of smoke could be seen emitting from the tower during the fortnight of the Games. Date: 1928

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