Pictures of the Netherlands

First Pictures Page


Rotterdam City

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Second Pictures Page

Rotterdam Port


The Dutch Railways


Intro to the Pictures of the Netherlands Page

The Netherlands (or Holland as it is also called) is a very diverse country. Nearly sixteen million people are living in a country that fits five times in the American state of Utah alone, making the Netherlands one of the most densely populated countries in the world. So what does this mean? Is Holland just one huge city? Concrete everywhere, no nature left?

Of course not. There's much more to Holland than that! The proof's right here, on this Pictures of the Netherlands site. Here, you can find several dozen selected pictures that give a good view of what the Netherlands looks like today. First off, there's Holland's most famous city: the capital of Amsterdam. With 800,000 inhabitants this is the country's largest city. But let's not forget Rotterdam, which boasts 500,000 inhabitants and the largest seaport in the world. In Rotterdam's port even the largest ships in the world can dock!

But there's much more to the Netherlands besides these two cities in the west of the country. The north and east of the country do not have cities of the size of Amsterdam or Rotterdam, but they offer the charm of smaller, more provincial cities. Examples are Arnhem, Nijmegen, Eindhoven, Groningen, to name but a few.

Take a look around this site and see for yourself what a beautiful country the Netherlands is. Take some time, click on the thumbnails, and let those pictures load. And if you want, feel free to bookmark this site too, so you can come back whenever you want for your pictures of the Netherlands. What do you say, is Holland anything like you thought it was?

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Amsterdam: the Capital of the Netherlands

Houses in Amsterdam

17th century houses in Amsterdam (22k)

An Amsterdam bridge

An Amsterdam bridge built in 1648 (57k)

Another Amsterdam bridge

Another Amsterdam bridge built in 1773 (55k)

The railway station

Het Centraal Station, the central railway station of Amsterdam (45k)


De Leidsegracht, a typical street in Amsterdam (58k)

The Royal Palace

Het Paleis op de Dam, the Royal Palace (40k)

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The Schreierstower

The Schreierstower (38k)

Rotterdam: the City with the Largest Seaport in the World

Rotterdam City


Willemsbrug (85k)

The Euromast

The Euromast, from here you can look out over Rotterdam (14k)


Hofplein (39k)

Van Brienenoordbrug

Van Brienenoordbrug (27k)

Downtown Rotterdam

Huge glass buildings near the central railway station (29k)


Coolsingel, a famous street in Rotterdam (37k)


Schiekade, the older houses against a modern background (40k)

Strevelsweg, near Feyenoord

Strevelsweg, near where the soccer club Feyenoord resides (29k)

Willemsbridge, Rotterdam

The Willemsbrug on a postcard (22k)


Statensingel: the good life (42k)

Highway near Rotterdam

A highway near Rotterdam (21k)

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Recommended searches: "Netherlands Pictures", "Holland", "Netherlands Tourist Information".
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Many thanks to Frank van Wensveen, Marco van Uden and Monumentenzorg Amsterdam for allowing me to use some of their pictures. (All pictures are © their respective owners.)

I would not have started this page without the enthusiasm of a very close friend of mine, Kacee. Thank you very much, Smiley... you're the sweetest!!

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