UNESCO World Heritage Sites In The Netherlands; WorldAtlas.com

Netherlands – Defence Line of Amsterdam

The Wadden Sea coastal ecosystems join 9 cultural sites celebrating centuries of rich Dutch culture and history.

The Wadden Sea coastal ecosystems join nine cultural sites celebrating centuries of rich Dutch culture and history. Most of the Dutch heritage sites revolve around the use of water. Throughout history, the Dutch people have reclaimed swamplands, built a strong maritime trade, used water for defense, and to harness power.

UNESCO World Heritage Sites In The Netherlands

Amsterdam’s 17th Century Canal Ring Area Inside the Singelgracht

This heritage site, inscribed in 2010 as a cultural world heritage site, is a network of intersecting waterways built in the 17th century, otherwise known as the Golden Age. The canals were built to expand the medieval city of Amsterdam, which was then growing into a wealthy maritime trade center.

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