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The Mill Network at Kinderdijk-Elshout is a group of buildings in a human-made landscape where a centuries-long battle is waged to drain parts of the Dutch territory and protect it against further floods. The landscape is a striking juxtaposition of horizontal features, represented by canals, dikes and fields, with vertical conveyors represented by the mill system. There is no drainage network of this kind or of comparable antiquity anywhere else in the world. (Text adapted from the UNESCO website)
This point cloud model made available by the Dutch government contains the exact measurements of the centimeter-high and kilometre-wide system.
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