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De Natureluur

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WorldTravelOne wrote a review Apr 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands8,574 contributions361 helpful votes
You can be one with nature in this park with play elements in the midst of green shrubs, trees and walking paths.
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Date of experience: April 2017
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Solodam J wrote a review Dec 2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands31,109 contributions884 helpful votes
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Natureluur is a playground in the nature. It's a big park in the Amsterdam West. There is a visitor centre "Drijfsijs, also a centre of education about the nature and environment. They organize workshop etc. Children can play in the nature with a guide. But it is also a park where in the middle there is a wildlife garden ( surrounded by fence), a Petting zoo, and a part is "Ruige Riet" ( a bird Island), a walking area. It is open for everyone and free.
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Date of experience: December 2015
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