Beautiful landscape and great Zaans museum! The wooden shoe factory is the must Even during corona worth the visit... it’s a open air experience and when inside of locations the rules are very much ...
The place is magnificent, walking through the windmills will give an idea about the old ages and how they deal with the grinding grain process . this is the second time I visited Zaanse Schans and i...
We took a local bus to go to Zaanse Schans. We went to this picturesque Dutch village for windmills, cheese and clogs. There is no entrance fee. This is a good destination for half day or full day tri...
We have been to Amsterdam so many times for many years, and every time visiting this beautiful place! It is so impressed to see so many Wind Mills and how well they are maintained. Also, the old fashi...
When I arrived in the Netherlands, how can I not go to see the windmill? Obviously, in the matter of windmills, the Dutch have already replaced the inventor Greeks and become the spokesperson of the big windmill.
There are two classic sights in the Netherlands for windmills - one for children with 18 windmills in Rotterdam and the other for windmills in Sandeans, not far from Amsterdam. Although there are no children's dikes, the scenery is first class.
Since the 16th century, Sandeans' windmills have begun to take on the responsibility of the local source of power now, if you get inside these huge windmills, you can see the strong winds from the Atlantic Ocean. The fan blades of the windmill are driven, and then the internal gears are pulled to grind the flour, make paint, or pump excess water for irrigation.
The weather in the Netherlands is always cloudy and the sun and rain always alternate alternately. In the windmill village of Sandeans, the poems of the vast fields and vertical waterways of the lowland countries were still in the first second, and the dark clouds and fierce winds of the next second ruled the world. But I prefer this kind of gloomy stratus - I feel that the windmill giant is about to come out!
There is no doubt that the Dutch have carried forward the windmills. In the windmill village with dense rivers, there are old-fashioned Dutch wooden houses, authentic restaurants and cheese factories and wooden shoe factories. Wrong, here is the concentration of the Dutch style.
The Netherlands is known as the country of windmills. This is because most of the land in the Netherlands is a low-lying land. In ancient times, it was often necessary to fight against floods, so windmills were widely used as equipment for drainage and milling. Zaanse Schans, the famous windmill village in the Netherlands, is also the closest one to the Dutch first Amsterdam, about 15 km away, and can be reached by train from the central railway station.
This is an old and beautiful village, next to the banks of the Zanhe River, a variety of windmills and colorful small houses, together form a quiet and beautiful European country style, full of small bridges, flowing water, people's rustic The country style is like being in the water town of Jiangnan, but the houses here are more charming, and the pastoral scene in the fairy tale world. Although the windmill village in the off-season is cold and bleak, there are very few tourists, which is extraordinarily quiet and peaceful.
Zaanse Schans is the closest village from Amsterdam if you wanna see the beautiful traditional wind mills village! it is only an hour away by train and a short walk. Lovely town would love to come back :) #happynewyear #netherlands
Zaanse Schans Windmill Village | A beautiful fairytale village in the Netherlands, the drunken windmill and chalet in Monet's oil painting
In Amsterdam, you see an absolutely free and diverse world, while in the countryside, It is their soul. You will see a completely different world in the village of Sans Anse (Netherlands Windmill Village), which is only 2 km away from Eminem.
Here, you see the quiet country style, the fairy-tale beautiful windmill world, is a simple and elegant residential wooden house. At the entrance, you can see beautiful windmills from afar. In the 17th century, the most rapid period of economic development, the windmill once provided a strong source of power for the Dutch, and thus became one of the symbols of the Netherlands.
Zaanse Schans is northwest of Amsterdam. Its ancient buildings vividly depict Dutch life in the 17th and 18th centuries. People continue to live here, many working in ancient shipyards and wooden shoe workshops. Of course, there are many windmills. Picturesque scenery! Visit the timber buildings of the Zaan River, the green wooden houses of the 17th century, the windmills powered by the wind to extract oil and make pigments. Go inside to see what the interior of a windmill is like.