Keukenhof vanuit de lucht

Keukenhof vanuit de lucht

Keukenhof vanuit de lucht - The Keukenhof in the Netherlands is perhaps the most beautiful spring garden in the world. More than seven million tulips, daffodils and hyacinths fill over 32 hectares with color and fragrance. Each year the park attracts more than 800,000 tourists from all over the world.This unique aerial video shows some of the highlights from the park, including the 2015 flower painting of Vincent van Gogh, a typical Dutch drawbridge, the central lake&fountain, and numerous flower beds; all seen from a drone's perspective.The video was shot with permission from the park administration. Equipment used: DJI Phantom 2 with GoPro Hero 4. Edited in iMovie. Soundtrack: 'Strength & Honor' by MusicCafe. Keukenhof, the best day out among the flowers! There are more than 7 million bulbs in bloom this spring, with a total of 800 varieties of tulips. An unique and unforgettable experience!Besides the spacious 32 hectares of flowers you can enjoy the spectacular flower shows, surprising inspirational gardens, unique artwork and wonderful events. Do not miss the Tulpomania exhibition in the Juliana Pavilion.Keukenhof is also one big party for children. They will have a blast with the treasure hunt, petting farm, maze and the playground.The Keukenhof theme for 2016 is “The Golden Age“, the era when Holland became rich through worldwide trade.The highlight of the theme year is the flower bulb mosaic beside the Oranje Nassau Pavilion. This shows a Delft Blue tile on which the trade across the seas and the rich canal-side houses of Amsterdam are depicted. The mosaic covers an area of 250m2. There are 100.000 flower bulbs used; tulips, grape hyacinths (muscari) and crocuses.The Golden Age provides the inspiration for the flower mosaic and for many of the flower shows in the Oranje Nassau Pavilion. New in 2016 are a Golden Age inspirational garden and a Delft Blue garden.During the exploration voyages for new trade routes, botanists travelled along in search of new species. They described and drew many different types in magnificent books. The flowers and plants were brought back home under very difficult conditions on the ships. They stood there as showpieces in the botanical gardens and in the large canal houses. This garden is a tribute to the courageous ‘plant seekers’ of the Golden Age. www.keukenhof.nl

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