Articles by

Vlad Moca-Grama

Vlad was born and raised in Brasov, Romania and came to the Hague to study. When he isn't spending time missing mountains or complaining about the lack of urban exploration locations in the Netherlands, you can find him writing at Dutch Review.

The Atlantic Wall: the remnants of Nazis on the Dutch coast

You might have noticed concrete bunkers in the dunes along The Hague's coastline, ominously pointing out toward...

World War II: the Dutch ship disguised as an island

An event as unprecedented as World War II is bound to be filled with stories of human...

Dinner in the Netherlands: traditions, dishes and restaurants

Dinner is an important aspect of any country's culture. The Dutch, like in other aspects of their...

Snackbars in the Netherlands: the ultimate guide

Snackbars are the ultimate Dutch fast-food venues, catering to your needs through the long Dutch nights. One late...

Lunch in the Netherlands: culture, bread, and society

It's your first day at work as an international, and you are about to enjoy lunch with...

Van hier tot Tokio: a history of Dutch-Japanese relations

Dutch-Japanese relations have a long and interesting history, which is determined by commerce, trade, and war. Here's...

Gezellig: an essential Dutch concept

Throughout your time in the Netherlands, you probably have heard the word gezellig being used as Dutchies...

Seagulls in the Netherlands: villains, yet protected by law

Ah, seagulls. The ultimate winged villains, just always ready to fly down and reign chaos on unsuspecting...
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