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Village without roads: Giethoorn, Netherlands.

Village without roads: Giethoorn, Netherlands.

“Giethoorn” (pronounced Hithorn) is less a place in the Netherlands or Turististicki world-famous attractions. Namely, in the old part of the village there were no roads! All traffic is being done across the water, precisely through a network of channels. Today there are bike paths. “Giethoorn” was known as the “Venice of the North” or “Venice of the Netherlands”. He became famous thanks to what has just taken this famous comedy “Fanfare” in 1958, producer Bert Haanstra. The city was founded by refugees from the Mediterranean around 1230 years.

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