The Netherlands is a largely secular country: up to 40 percent of Dutch say they have no religion, compared to 30 percent who are Catholic (the largest religious group) and 20 percent who are Protestant.
The Dutch are the most physically active EU population: Fifty-two percent of the population participate in sport on a weekly basis, well above the European Union average of 38 percent.
Test yourself on how many of these 30 Dutch facts you know or discover something new about the Netherlands.
Despite the flag being red, white and blue, orange is the national colour as the monarchy is from the House of Orange.
Every time you feel stressed out you may choose to uncover gay saunas where you are able to unplug and let go to unwind your body and mind.
Here are 30 top facts about the Netherlands to prepare you for visiting or living in this fascinating country.
Apologies to family and friends for the lack of updates.
Anyway I will be adding more photographs of Charlotte over the coming days - a full years' worth in fact!!!!!!
The image below pictures Charlotte sat in the greenhouse enjoying the strawberries she's just picked herself.
Perhaps now he'll leave the bird food alone and concentrate on his own feeder!
Until becoming king, Willem-Alexander was prince of Orange.
On the king's birthday – 27 April – Dutch people dress in orange and celebrate their country with outdoor parties, picnics and parades. It was involved in the negotiations that eventually developed into the EU from the earliest days.
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