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Neeltje Jans

Delta Works

The 1953 North Sea flood was a major disaster in the province of Zeeland, in the south-west of the Netherlands. In the night of January 31st and the following morning a combination of high spring tide and a heavy storm caused extensive floodings. Large parts of the islands and mainland were completely flooded. 1836 people died that night and an estimated 30,000 animals drowned. More than 47.000 buildings were damaged.

Today, the Dutch Delta works form a defense system against superstorms and high tides. It was built after the flood of 1953.

What to expect?

Neeltje Jans is some sort of amusement park. But you still can visit the Deltaworks from here.

What do visitors say about Neeltje Jans?

Adress and visitor information

Neeltje Jans

Address: Faelweg 5
Postal code and city: 4354 RB  Vrouwenpolder
Province: Zeeland
Phone: +31 (0)111 655655
Email: info@neeltjejans.nl
Web: neeltjejans.nl


Let op: The location on the map is an indication. It is not always tbe entrance, parking lot or best route

Sunrise:
08:39

Sunset:
16:32

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