The windmills of Kinderdijk concist of nineteen mills in the northwest of the Alblasserwaard, a region in the province of South Holland.
The polder mills, forming a two mill hallway and are a large tourist attraction for people all over the world. All the mills of the complex are owned by the Foundation for World Heritage Kinderdijk. Since 1997 they are on the UNESCO World Heritage Site and the area is also a protected site.
The windmills at Kinderdijk were built from the end of the fifteenth century , but the current windmills dating almost all from 1738 and 1740 .
Visited: 20 december 2015