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    Smart Architecture - Ecology can be an inspiration for playful architecture. A dedication to smart solutions in architecture and urbanism.

    Remaking NL - An exhibition on architecture in Holland at World Expo 2000 in Hannover.

    ArchiNed - The architecture site of the Netherlands. News, jobs, agenda and hundreds of links. English and Dutch versions.

    Castles and Castle Ruins in the Netherlands - Enthusiast Marko Tjemmes supplies clear histories of castles close to his home in Rotterdam, illustrated with photographs, earlier images and ground plans. Bibliography.

    Netherlands Architecture Institute - Exhibitions include 'Two Centuries of Architecture in the Netherlands'. Collection of drawings and photographs: the work of virtually every important Dutch architect since 1800 is represented.

    The Dutch Windmill - Mill expert Frederick Stokhuyzen explains the history, workings, uses and conservation of windmills in the Netherlands. Illustrated with paintings, drawings and photographs.

    Thorn, Netherlands - Photographs and history by Louis Reens of this important convent founded in the 10th century and closed in 1797. A magnificent church survives. Hosted by Christus Rex.


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