Entrance of Zaanse Shan, Outdoor Museum.
Tea Cupola and Netherland's Flag.
Brick Foundation Keeps Water Out of The House.
Green Typical Color of Houses In This Area.
Decorations on Window Indicates Occupation of Owner This Person Was a Merchant of Honey, Bees Wax Candles.
Spice Mill Inside Windmill.
Metal Plate (lower right) Opens For Bagging Spice.
Tasting Cheese in The Store.
Mills left to right Wood, Peanut Oil, Paint and Wood.
More Farm Animals.
Liked It... The Real Hen Checking Out The Duck Statue.
Framed Lace Pieces Were Used To Protect House Plants From The Sun.
Fishermen's Shoes… They Hook The Nets On The Points.
Ice Clogs (with cleats).
Examples of Shoes Painted by Artist Jan Moenist.
Wedding Clogs… Man Carves The Shoes With Her Name Across The Top and Gives Them To His Fiance When She Accepts His Proposal She Wears Them On Her Wedding Day.
Ice Skating Clogs.
Door Wreath Made of Clogs.
Block of Poplar...Use Poplar Because It Is Light Weight And Very Hard.
Old Fashion Hand Carving Clogs Took 2-3 Hours.
Today A Mold Is Used and It Takes 5 Minutes To Make With Machine.
Shoes Are Hollowed Out Using A Mold.
The Ends Are Cut Off The Traditional Way, By Hand and With a Saw.
From Block to Shoe.
Hundreds of Shoes in All Sizes and Decor.
Outside Decorated With Various Styles and Sizes of Clogs.
Pancake Griddle… Pancakes of All Kinds Are A Traditional Dutch Dish.
Delft Tile Wall.
Typical Pyramid Roof…1682 House.
Additional Thatching Is A Sign of Affluence.
Bike Lanes on Both Sides of The Narrow Roads.
Hundreds of Bikes Even In Small Cities Like Edam.
Draw Bridge (1).
View from Draw Bridge.
Old Church (1561), Now A Studio…Examples of Houses That Lean Forward (1) For Drainage and (2) To Add Footage To The House.
Typical Tile Decoration Over Window.
Typical Decoration Over Front Door.
Floral Shop With A Lot of Christmas Decorations.