The Land of Tulips. Most Beautiful Photos of Holland

Tulip fields, wind turbines and canal, Holland. Photo by: Anna Paulowna

There are reportedly 3,000 varieties of tulips. There is a Dutch organization that maintains the list of registered tulip varieties. Photo by: unknown

Traditional Dutch windmill in middle of heavenly beautiful tulips field. Photo by: Svetlana Foote

When it comes to the usage of windmill technology, Holland is considered the leader. Photo by: Re Power UK

Katwijk Aan Zee beach, Holland. Photo by: Angela Versteijnen

Laser show in Utrecht, the fourth largest city of Holland. Photo by: Taco Boon

Aerial view of Utrecht center. Photo by: Ewoud Dronkert

Amsterdam has more canals than Venice, while Venice is the most well-known canalled city in the world, this isn’t because of quantity., Amsterdam boasts over 165 canals. Photo by: unknown

Winter in Amsterdam. Residents of this city are the second largest consumers of coffee in the world. On average, an Amsterdam resident consumes a minimum of 140 litres of coffee per year. Photo by: Hielco Kuipers

Amsterdam may soon disappear. The majority of Amsterdam is below sea level. At its lowest point, it is 6.7 meters below sea level. If climate change causes even a small increase in global sea levels, Amsterdam may go the way of Atlantis. Photo by: Lies Thru a Lens

Infrared photo of blossom, Amsterdam. Photo by: Invivo Oz

Fort Bourtange is a star fort located in the village of Bourtange, Groningen, it was built in 1593 under the orders of William the Silent. Photo by: Moniek Mulder

The Land of Tulips. Most Beautiful Photos of Holland

The Land of Tulips. Most Beautiful Photos of Holland

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