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het Keringhuis, Publiekscentrum Water, Hoek van Holland
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In het Keringhuis zie je de historie van de deltawerken. De logica, fasering, en samenhang. Fascinerend. Veel beeldmateriaal, leuk ingericht. Kinderen kunnen buiten spelend waterwerken ervaren. En een... read more »In the Exhibition Centre "Keringhuis" you can see the history of the delta works. The logic, phasing, and coherence. Fascinating. Many image material, nice decorated. Children may be outside playing water work experienced. And a few times a year, the Weir close, to test itshow original
Intresant museum voor jong en oud over het gevecht tegen water door Nederland. Op een speelse en intressante manier verteldFast cars museum for young and old about the battle against water by Netherlands. Told in a playful and interesting wayshow original
klein informatie huis over de waterkering.Leuk toegelicht met foto,s en video,s,Je kunt ook mee met de pont.En er zit een restaurant bij...Small House over the Weir. Nice explained with photo, s and video, s, you can also join the pont. And there is a restaurant at ...show original
Very cool to see the final piece of deltawerken, its purpose to keep the Netherlands above water, a guardian against climate change and the rising sea level.
Great place to discover the Dutch battle against the water. First of all the megastructure to close of the river is magnificent. The museum explains everything about the structure next door, the other water blockades in the Netherlands and about the history of water battles in the Netherlands. The museum is very interesting for both adults and children. A lot of interactivity makes it especially interesting for kids.
Wessel Du Plooy
Worth a visit for any tourist or local who are in the neighbourhood, or have a rainy day to spare. Exhibition has a lot of information on the Dutch water works, with interesting quick facts
Wouter van de Ridder
Very interesting and highly informative
This is a nice place to learn about the structures that are built in the Netherlands to protect against the water (focussed on the Maeslandkering). It's not a big place, so it won't take hours to see everything. They have English tours and don't forget to also climb the little mountain next to it the Measlandkering, it's a nice place to make some good pictures.
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