Delft: leaning tower over sunflowers

Another nice Dutch town along the way, as always with canals, a windmill, a Dutch town hall. And as always with the Oude Kerk (old church) and Nieuwe Kerk (new church) – respectively the 13th and 16th centuries. Oude Kerk has a characteristic leaning clock tower tilted by 2 meters, while Nieuwe Kerk is famous for the royal crypt.

But the biggest impression for me was the large sunflower field in the central square in front of the station.

(August 2018)