Fashionistas, brand lovers and other shopping fanatics can really indulge themselves at Batavia Stad in Lelystad, where each and every important brand is available!In addition to clothing, there is crockery, gifts, books, CDs, and jewelry.
In Almere you’ll find the works Polderland Garden of Love and Fire by Daniel Libeskind and De Groene Kathedraal (Green Cathedral) by Marinus Boezem.
In Lelystad, Antony Gormley placed his gigantic sculpture Exposure, and Robert Morris’ Observatory is also located in Lelystad.
In the 1950s, architects and designers like Gerrit Rietveld, Cornelis van Eesteren, Aldo van Eyck, and landscape architect Mien Ruys took it upon them to design this model town.
They were granted a carte blanche and developed a completely modernistic town.
In between Almere and Lelystad you’ll find Aardzee (Earth Sea) by Piet Slegers and in Zeewolde lies Richard Serra’s largest artwork in Europe: Sea Level.
To find out their precise locations and more information on how to get there, please visit the website of Land Art Live.Flevoland’s farmers deservedly take pride in their farming!The versatile countryside, large farmsteads with their lush greenery and immense space of the polders are distinctive and unusual.The buildings in ancient style are in wonderful contrast to the modern shops they accommodate. At the Bataviawerf in Lelystad, you’ll be introduced to the ship Batavia and its history in an active way.The Batavia was originally built in 1628 and perished in 1629 near the coast of West-Australia en route to Java. In 1985, the Bataviawharf started to built a replica of the ship.Many farmers are more than happy to show you around.