Ice skating enthusiasts enjoy natural ice throughout the Netherlands | NOW

The frost of recent days has frozen over ditches, canals and lakes throughout the Netherlands. Ice skating enthusiasts were grateful for the opportunity to skate on natural ice. A selection of the photos from this weekend.

Among other things, they skated on the Loosdrechtse Plassen.

Among other things, they skated on the Loosdrechtse Plassen.

Photo: ANP

The ice on the Rottemeren was also strong enough to carry skaters.

The ice on the Rottemeren was also strong enough to carry skaters.

The ice on the Rottemeren was also strong enough to carry skaters.

Photo: Bas Bartholomeus

People also went ice sailing this weekend.

People also went ice sailing this weekend.

People also went ice sailing this weekend.

Photo: Jan Greuter

Because of corona, people were called to skate not far from home.

Because of corona, people were called to skate not far from home.

Because of corona, people were called to skate not far from home.

Photo: ANP

Skaters on the Veluwemeer near the bridge of Elburg.

Skaters on the Veluwemeer near the bridge of Elburg.

Skaters on the Veluwemeer near the bridge of Elburg.

Photo: Jurrian Vlijm

A skater passes the windmills of Kinderdijk.

A skater passes the windmills of Kinderdijk.

A skater passes the windmills of Kinderdijk.

Photo: ANP

Ice skating enthusiasts on the Bosbaan in the Amsterdamse Bos.

Ice skating enthusiasts on the Bosbaan in the Amsterdamse Bos.

Ice skating enthusiasts on the Bosbaan in the Amsterdamse Bos.

Photo: ANP

They also skated on the canals in Amsterdam. In the afternoon, skaters were called to leave the ice, because it was no longer sturdy enough.

They also skated on the canals in Amsterdam.  In the afternoon, skaters were called to leave the ice, because it was no longer sturdy enough.

They also skated on the canals in Amsterdam. In the afternoon, skaters were called to leave the ice, because it was no longer sturdy enough.

Photo: Frennie Reijnders


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