A roundabout that is smaller than it would be had it been built according to the regulations. Here there is only minimal separation between the carriage way and the cycle way. There is no room for one car to stand out-of-the-way of other traffic between the roundabout and the cycleway. But this design is also common and it also works in the Netherlands.
A camera is not able to capture all the human eye can see, so the video is a lot darker than it seemed to be in reality. The pictures show much better how I saw it. I rode from the edge of the built-up area (literally; the sign with the city’s name is the exact border of the built-up area) to the city centre, namely the square in front of city hall. The route is 3.7km and according to Google Maps that should take about 12 minutes and that is indeed how long it took me.