6 Sights in Nieuw-Lekkerland, Netherlands (with Map and Images)
Explore interesting sights in Nieuw-Lekkerland, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 6 sights are available in Nieuw-Lekkerland, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Nieuw-Lekkerland
1. De Hoge Molen
De Hoge Molen is a polder mill on the Boezemkade in Nieuw-Lekkerland in the Netherlands. It was built in 1740 and belongs to the Kinderdijk windmills. The Hoge mill functioned as an upper mill and ground the water from the low bosom to the high bosom. One of the two mills that ground the water from the polder into the low bosom, the Small or Low Mill, still exists. When in 1966 the paddle wheel of the Hoge Molen was replaced by an auger and the mill could raise the water directly from the polder level, the Lage Molen lost its function. Since 1997, the polder discharges the excess water via a auger pumping station directly to the Lage Boezem of the Overwaard.
2. Nederwaard Molen No.8
Nederwaard Molen 8 is one of the Kinderdijkse Molens, in the Dutch municipality of Molenlanden. The mill that dates from 1738 is inhabited and cannot be visited. The owner is the World Heritage Kinderdijk Foundation. The mill has an iron scoop wheel with a diameter of 6.50 meters with which the low bosom of the Nederwaard is pumped. Nederwaard No.8 is the only one of the Nederwaard mills that has never been raised. As a result, the mill has the shortest rods of the eight mills. On February 23, 2006, the Koningspil broke during grinding. Molen No.8 was last restored in 2008.
3. De Blokker / Blokkerse wip
Block or block winch is one of 19 children's thigh winches. These factories are located in holland province in the south of the Netherlands. Unlike the other 18, this factory is not in the territory of Children's Dike Village, which belongs to Mollia, but in the neighboring town of White Welding Dam. The plant is also known as a "jammed wedge" because it is a wedge mill. He intends to grind the lump protein part of the white solder.
4. Overwaard Molen No.6
Overwaard Molen No.6 is one of the Kinderdijk windmills, in the Dutch municipality of Molenlanden. The mill, which dates from 1740, is one of the eight mills that drain the Overwaard. The owner is kinderdijk World Heritage Foundation. The mill has an iron paddle wheel with a diameter of 6.70 meters with which the low bosom of the Overwaard is drained. The mill is inhabited and cannot be visited.
5. Molen De Regt
De Regt is a windmill in Nieuw-Lekkerland, in the Dutch municipality of Molenlanden. It is a grist mill that was built before 1808 and that grinded on wind power until the early 50s. In 1968 the mill was dismantled. The mill takes its name from the De Regt family, who owned it for generations.
6. Huis van Zessen
The Huis van Zessen is located on the West-Kinderdijk in Alblasserdam and was built in 1923. The house was designed by Cornelis van Eesteren for the widow A. van Zessen. It is the only house designed by Van Eesteren that was built and still exists today.
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