Kinderdijk, the city.
As you walk along the streets in most cities, the Dutch gardens are meticulously kept and designed.
About 15km east of Rotterdam is Kinderdijk. Kinderdijk is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The windmill area is easily reached by taking a bus to Kinderdijk and a short walk outside of town.
Of the near remaining 1000 windmills, there are more windmills here than in any other part of the world.
The mills here were built in the 1740s.
The mills drain the excess water from the Alblasserwaard polders - which are situated below sea-level - after which the water is sluiced into the river Lek (the Rijn).
Most of the mills have been restored, so you can see what it was like to live in a windmill.