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Forgotten women painters of the Dutch Renaissance and Golden Age

The Netherlands is of course a land of art and museums. Countless museums showcase the works of...

4 English-teaching yoga studios in The Hague to get your mat out for

Craving some yoga in The Hague but have no idea what it means when your teacher says...

Stunning colourised footage of Rotterdam before WWII (video inside!)

This newly colourised footage of Rotterdam before the war offers a unique glimpse into the city's former...

10 of the Netherlands’ most famous painters

The period roughly spanning 1588 to 1672 was one of the most prosperous in Dutch history. Often...

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...

Remembering the bombing of Rotterdam on May 14

Just ten days after the yearly Dutch commemoration that is Dodenherdenking and Bevrijdingsdag, the inhabitants of Rotterdam have...

The narrowest house in Amsterdam: everything you need to know

Amsterdam’s architecture is unique and varied. You’ll find tall houses, historic houses, slanted houses, and even sinking...

Religion in the Netherlands: a perspective on the different religions in the country

Despite being some of the most secular of nations in the world, Dutch culture is still very...
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