The Netherlands Was Made Giant Largest Flower in the world

The current year’s Bloemencorso Zundert, or Zundert Bloom Parade, which we beforehand expounded on here, included 19 groups who planned buoys enlivened by Vincent Van Gogh. The acclaimed Post-Impressionist painter was conceived in Zundert, The Netherlands, 162 years back, well before the parade was first held. Customarily, the parade is run altogether by volunteers, utilizes just dahlia blossoms, and is the world’s biggest bloom parade.

“In Zundert, in the South of the Netherlands, we are obsessed with our bloom parade,” composes the occasion’s site. “Our grannies and granddads began it in 1936 we still can’t have enough of it. By the First Sunday of September the fever smolders inside of us. Will the moving buoys be done in time? Are there enough dahlias? Also, why should going win this time? Come to Zundert and offer the experience!”

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“In Zundert, in the South of the Netherlands, we are crazy about our flower parade”1

Image credits: Erwin Martens

“Our grannies and granddads started it in 1936 and we still can’t have enough of it”2

“And who is going to win this time?”

Image credits: Bloemencorso Zundert


Image credits: Erwin Martens


Image credits: Werner Pellis