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Did you know that the Dutch transport about anything on their bicycles? From babies to dogs and from toilet bowls to Christmas trees.

The Dutch transport about anything on their bicycles

Did you know that the Dutch transport about anything on their bicycles? From babies to dogs and from toilet bowls to Christmas trees.
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Panda mania

Did you know that giant pandas Wu Wen and Xing Ya will be arriving at Schiphol Airport tonight? After 16 years of negotiations and...
Did you know that today Houten was choosen as the best Bicycle City ('Fietsstad' in Dutch) in the Netherlands?

Houten: the best Bicycle City of 2018

Did you know that today Houten was choosen as the best Bicycle City ('Fietsstad' in Dutch) in the Netherlands? The election for best Bicycle City...
Christmas tree

One of the world’s tallest Christmas trees

Did you know that you can see one of the world's tallest Christmas trees in IJsselstein near Utrecht? A 372 meters tall transmission mast...
Soesterduinen

Natural sand dunes far away from the beach

Did you know that you can hike natural dunes in the middle of the Netherlands, about 60km away from the sea? The open sand flats...
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Two giant pandas are coming to the Netherlands

Did you know that two giant pandas are coming to Ouwehands Zoo in the Netherlands? Worldwide there are only 17 zoos outside China that...

The Dutch pyramid of Austerlitz

Did you know that a 36 meter high man-made pyramid can be found at the highest point of Utrechtse Heuvelrug National Park? The Pyramid...
Did you know that the Dutch Volksbuurt Museum in Utrecht is dedicated to the (history of) everyday life of folks in working class neighbourhoods? This museum is one of its kind in the Netherlands!

One of its kind: Museum of Working Class Neighbourhoods

In general city exhibitions emphasize on the history of the priviledged. The history of the common folk (around 80% of the population) is showcased...
Kasteel De Haar

Castle De Haar popular by Japanese tourists

Did you know that Castle De Haar near Utrecht is popular by Japanese tourists who come to admire the carrier coach of the woman...