Top 10 Places in Netherlands - 2018

In 1st place is the The Hague. The Hague is the third largest city in Netherlands. Located in the province of South Holland, in the west of Netherlands, the city is also a provincial capital.
In 2nd place is the Binnenhof. Binnenhof is a complex of various buildings that looks like a castle. It was established in the year 1248. It is a home to the city parliament since the year 1446. The prime minister of Netherlands operates from one of the building in the complex.
In 3rd place is the Dom Tower Of Utrecht. Dom Tower of Utrecht is the tallest cathedral tower in the Netherlands. The Gothic style tower is an emblem of the city. The Utrecht is also known as Dom Church was established in the years between 1321 and 1382. The cathedral was designed by John of Hainaut.
In 4th place is the Keukenhof Or Garden Of Europe. Keukenhof or Garden of Europe is the best known spring garden in the world. It is renowned for its beautiful tulips and the aura of sparklingly beautiful colors as for its horticulture. It receives almost hundred thousands of visitors each year from all around the globe.
In 5th place is the Maeslantkering. Maeslantkering is the largest moving structure on the Earth. It is a storm surge barrier located between the town of Maassluis, Netherlands and Hoek van, Holland and lies in the Nieuwe Waterweg.
In 6th place is the Rotterdam. Rotterdam houses the largest port in Europe and is the second largest city of Netherlands. The city before establishment was merely a dam constructed on the Rotte River, which later became a major international commercial centre.
In 7th place is the Erasmusbrug. One of the famous icons of Holland is the Erasmusbrug Bridge. It is situated in Rotterdam and was officially inaugurated by Queen Beatrix in the year 1996. It links North and South of Rotterdam and is an important transport medium between the two.
In 8th place is the Euromast. Euromast is the highest monument in Netherlands. It is basically an observation tower. It provides a 360 degree panoramic view of the Rotterdam City and the field lands far ahead it. It also has a rotating lift Euroscope which takes visitors another 85 meters up.
In 9th place is the Rhine. Rhine is the largest river in the northwestern part of Europe. It is the main transport link between the Mediterranean and North Sea. The river has a lot of historical importance. The river is 1326 kilometers long.
In 10th place is the Peace Palace. Peace Palace is the centre of international law and is located in The Hague city in Netherlands. The centre houses the International Court of Justice, the Peace Palace Library, The Hague Academy of International Law and the Permanent Court of Arbitration.
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