Wide street does not necessarily mean 16-lane highway:
A road in a green district:
Bikes on the left, cars in the middle, trams on the right.
A diagram explains how to press the button to cross the road:
Cars can only drive here when there are no trams, the edges are occupied by parking and bike lanes.
A person at a busy tram stop helps woman to find out what route to take:
Tram lines go through buildings:
There can even be a bifurcation inside a building:
Light rail line high above the walkway:
Temporary signage during the rail terminal reconstruction:
Way to the suburban trains. The are no turnstiles, passengers just wave a card at a special column:
Dutch trains are ugly, but the tint of yellow is good:
Tenement house entrance:
Summer night at the Plein square:
Summer day at the beach:
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