It’s Thursday Travel and I’m throwing back to two weeks ago, when we took a trip to Madurodam, which is located in The Hague in the Netherlands. I always heard of it, but I’ve never been there when living there. My husband also wanted to go, so we took one of my friends and headed to this place where you can see Holland in an hour. I always thought it was bigger, but it’s worth the visit. It has a combination of buildings of the old Netherlands with the new buildings located in Netherlands.
I was so intrigued by the little people. I can’t imagine myself setting this all up. It’s was very cool to see the old buildings that makes the European trademark. Those type of buildings you can also see in Denmark and a very colorful version here on my island of Curacao.
What I didn’t know that there are several locations in The Netherlands with the “Stonehenge” from England. It’s still a bit of a mystery how this huge stones got in there. You should look it up and see where all in the Netherlands they are located. There are located in 57 places. Can you believe that?! I sure don’t. So I’m a bit richer on the history of the Netherlands.
If you ever on vacation, it’s cool to visit. That way you’ll get some history of this country or you just want to feel like a giant, whatever you choose. Have you ever been?
Photography by JenPen Creative Studio
Amazing shots captured…even I want to go there. 🙂
Thank you Ana 🙂
Beautiful photos. It looks like something out of a picture book.
I went and visited Stonehenge this year, and I have to agree how surprised I was to find that it's not the only structure like that and in fact they're quite rampant in the UK and Ireland. I guess they are in The Netherlands too! I'll have to check it out when I get the chance to go there.
Thanks Lakisha. Directly out of my picture book 🙂 Maybe a should come out with one 🙂
I was just as surprised as you are.
Chanelle, thank you very much.
Just beautiful! You are so lucky to be able to travel to such a beautiful place!
I really love traveling and seeing places. Hope I can keep doing that in the future.