A group of businessmen from Den Helder bought an old Russian submarine for a joke and now it's been in the harbour in the north of Amsterdam for years. The municipality of Amsterdam is trying to get rid of it, but that's not so easy.
One of the stranger buildings of Rotterdam started its life in 1879 and act as entrance to the so called Head of South peninsula. Its called the poortgebouw and has a long history of owners and users. (More information this link ). One for Our World Tuesday here.
that you could tell the time only from big tower clocks like this one on the Berlage exchange in Amsterdam (Traditionalist School style architecture). Nowadays they are even not incorporated anymore. Yes times are changing indeed.
The dutch verb under the clock says in a kind of free translation always wait for the right time to do business. One for Signs, Signs here.