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Shanghai Disney Resort

A bit of Giethoorn in China

Did you know that a part of the Shanghai Disney Resort will be inspired on Giethoorn? This is the first Disney park in mainland...
Argentina

We love Máxima

Did you know that the Argentinians love Queen Máxima so much that they decorate Dutch passports with a 'We Love Máxima' stamp at National Park...
Amsterdam Central Station

London-Amsterdam: only 4 hours by train

Did you know that the new train service from Amsterdam and Rotterdam to London will take one hour less than the current connection via...
KLM

KLM’s longest non-stop flight

Did you know that the flight between Amsterdam and Buenos Aires is KLM's longest non-stop flight? KLM Royal Dutch Airlines recently resumed the service...
rijsttafel

Indonesian heritage: rijsttafel

Did you know that a rijsttafel ('rice table') is composed of many Indonesian side dishes served in small portions such as egg rolls, curries,...
Amerika

Americas in the Netherlands

Did you know there are two Americas in the Netherlands? There is a town called America with a couple of thousand inhabitants in the...
Favela Painting

Dutch artist duo brightens up Rio’s slums

Did you know that Dutch artist duo Haas&Hahn brings art to Rio de Janeiro's favelas? With their project Favela Painting slums are being renovated in...
Holten Canadian War Cemetery

Children light candles at Canadian War Cemetery

Did you know that every year on Christmas Eve Dutch children place burning candles on each of the graves of nearly 1400 soldiers buried...
Queens flag

Tulip and windmill blades on New York borough Queens’ flag

Did you know that NYC borough Queens' flag features a tulip and a rose, symbolizing the early Dutch settlers and the English? The circle of...
New York City

New York City’s flag

Did you know that the flag of New York City is derived from the flag of the Dutch Republic, as used in 1625 when...