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Voting Dutch: Quirky polling stations

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image captionStill in use, the Kerkhovense Molen in Oisterwijk was built in 1895 and sells what it produces to the public.
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image captionAnd on election day it houses a polling station
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image captionIn Zuidplas, cyclists and motorists have the option of drive-in voting
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image captionLook for the "Drive-in Stembureau" sign for your mobile balloting
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image captionFor a higher voting experience in the Low Countries there is the polling station on the 20th floor of the A'dam Tower in Amsterdam
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image captionRail commuters at Utrecht's central station could vote on their way to work
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image captionOf course, for many Dutch people, like this woman in Staphorst, the polling station is set up in a school

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