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Netherlands dykes
Netherlands
No visit to the Netherlands is complete with out gazing at a location where the land is lower than the sea. At this location adjacent to Amsterdam the difference is very pronounced and quizzical as sail boats moor bedside farm fields and wind turbines more than 10 Metres lower.
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