I was born at a polder near Alkmaar. My dad teached me the wonders of all kind in nature. Once married I moved to Amsterdam because my husband has there his work. When he was retired we moved to the island Texel. It was a pleasure to show you the different landscapes with dunes, polders, and forest. After 13 beautiful years at this island we decided to go back to the mainland to the village Julianadorp. A lovely village close near the dunes, sea and polder. From now I will share this area with you. Julianadorp is a town in the Dutch province of North Holland. It is a part of the municipality of Den Helder, and lies about 6 km south of Den Helder. It was formed in 1909, and named after Princess Juliana who was born that same year. Mr. Loopuyt asked Queen Wilhelmina in October 1909 for permission to name the village after the newborn princess. Permission was granted. During World War II, Julianadorp changed its name to Loopuytdorp, because the Germans were not pleased with the link to the Dutch Royal family. After the war, the village got its original name back.