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Glimpse Through the Windows. Dutch Edition!

For me a stained glass window is a transparent partition between my heart and the heart of the world.

Mark Chagall

It’s been awhile since we got a closer look to who’s living in the beautiful cities that we cross during our road trip. Recently, we often find ourselves exploring the Dutch-speaking part of the world: cities of Flanders region in Belgium and cities of the Netherlands. While wandering around the cherished Dutch houses we collected a gallery of windows which we think could draw us quite a painting of the people living here.

So, Dear Reader, let’s check together the ordinary life of a wonderful Dutch-speaking world.

Glimpse through the..

… strict old man’s window in Antwerp, Belgium.

… madam’s window in Bruges, Belgium.

… cat lady’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… baker’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… Dutch restaurant chef’s window in Maastricht, the Netherlands.

… artsy family’s window in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

… farmer’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… nomad’s window in Antwerp, Belgium.

Sauron’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… craftsman’s window in Antwerp, Belgium.

… gardener’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… marketer’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… sleepyhead’s window in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.


… Dutch girl’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… Belgian guy’s window in Ghent, Belgium.

… art collector’s window in Ghent, Belgium.

… student’s window in Antwerp, Belgium.

…  town’s merriest’s old man’s window in Zaanse Schans, the Netherlands.

… eccentric lady’s window in Ghent, Belgium.


What do you think about the windows of these Dutch speaking characters? Which one is your favorite? Waiting for your thoughts in the comments!

Yours, L.

About L.

She has a serious mental disorder, which is associated with the Harry Potter world. It is stated, that symptoms of uncommon behavior started when she read about the Hogwarts and the Wizardry World for the first time. Now she’s in her mid-20’s and is in constant search of magical signs all other the world.1 Another thing is that while travelling L. is acting like a little child in a toys shop – she is super excited and she wants everything. Due to this, she knows and sees a lot, but has difficulties in simply stopping and enjoying a moment.

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