The windmills at Kinderdijk, close to Rotterdam, are one of the most popular tourist attractions in the Netherlands. The group of 19 windmills was built around 1740 to drain the water from the polder (low-lying land) and constitutes the largest group of windmills in the Netherlands. All of the windmills are still in operating condition and inhabited, except for one which is open to visitors. The mill network at Kinderdijk-Elshout is a UNESCO world heritage site since 1997.
The Binnenhof (meaning "inner court" in Dutch) is a complex of buildings in The Hague which houses the Staten-Generaal, the Dutch parliament, since 1446.
Orange tulips in Keukenhof gardens, near Lisse in the Netherlands