Dutch Tuscany


Of the twelve provinces which make up the modern Netherlands, Limburg is one of the most unique.  It extends southeast from the main body of the country, and is largely surrounded by the territory of Germany and Belgium.  In contrast to the dead-flat terrain which characterizes most of the country, Limburg is a land of gently rolling hills and river-crossed valleys.  Due to its distinctive landscapes, it's sometimes called the Dutch Tuscany.  Check out beautiful Limburg from above in this drone video by Travel and Drones. 

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