this is a quaint little housing complex. The flowers on the railing are beautiful.
This looks so neat and tidy. We have a lot of houses with garages at the front of the house like this too. It means less snow to shovel in winter. :)
Oh Riet!I love this post. Sweetie these pictures are just beautiful. I love the housing complexes with the doors and different colors and all. It is so beautiful. The Fall trees are just gorgeous and I love the photos and how you captured such beauty in every one of them. Thank you for sharing this evening. It took me to such a beautiful, peaceful place.Country hugs sweetie, Sherry
Hello Riet, I have missed the last couple of your posts and beautiful pictures. It has been fun to come by and read them tonight.I will need to know sign on as a follower to this blog so I know when you post.Hugs,June
What a lovely looking village. I love the look of Dutch and German buildings they are so much nicer than our concrete ones :)
een heel bijzonder stukje Nederland, mijn dochter is er pas nog geweest met mijn nichtje en mijn ouders en ze vond het er zo leuk dat ik er ook weer eens gauw een stukje wil gaan wandelen want dat is echt de moeite waard.Soms zoek je zoveel moois op aan de andere kant van de wereld dat je eigenljk vergeet hoe mooi het hier is, leuke post Riet.een fijne dag groetjes Irma
Leuk die huizen, nieuw maar toch een beetje in de oude stijl en dus passend bij zo'n dorp.
Typically dutch. very nice windows and doors
How very pretty - I just love doors and windows - saw your blog and so I've joined in today too!! :) take care, Judith
So lovely, much better looking than most of our houses in the UK!
I love all the flowers in the Netherlands. This is a great shot of cute little brick row houses...very cozy looking.
Very attractive with all the peaky roofs with little square windows at the top. What if everyone put a single candle in their square window at Christmastime?
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