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Enkhuizen - the Wilhelmina plantsoen
The Wilhelmina plantsoen was opend by and named after queen Wilhelmina in 1936. Plantsoen is Dutch for park.


The Venedie has several restaurants with terrace.


In the winter this area is used for ice skating.


The Kaasmarkt offers a few bars and discos.

vesting
To protect the city against the often violent sea and enemy invasion two walls were built in the 16th and 17th century. Called "The Sea wall" and "the Vesting wall".


The Enkhuizerzand is the beach in Enkhuizen, a nice view on the boats and the IJsselmeer.

dijk
The dijk is best described as the promenade of Enkhuizen.


The Zuiderhavendijk is one of the first harbours in the Netherlands. Most of Amsterdam was based on this design.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice pictures, I specially like the sky shot under the tree. Keep em coming!

Monday, March 21, 2005 10:41:00 AM  
Blogger April said...

yea' the trees are lovely!

Tuesday, March 22, 2005 12:15:00 PM  
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Enkhuizen - the Snouck van loosen park
The Snouckvanloosen family left us a lot of amazing structures, among which this park they had build for their workers.

Fantastic Dutch architecture
In the Breedstraat remain a lot of well renovated monuments.


The Westerstraat is the main shopping street of Enkhuizen.

Enkhuizen - Architectural Monuments
There are quite a lot of monuments in Enkhuizen.

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