Maastricht library
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News Resources

Let’s get practical. Here you will find useful resources for your story on the Netherlands, including the latest press releases, our image library as well as facts & figures on the Netherlands.

Global press releases

The LRE Foundation has unveiled the first vector of memory in North-Brabant province.

Aelbert Cuyp painting sawn in two - proof is presented ahead of exhibition opening in Dordrecht

On 5 December 2021, the Pieter Teyler House in Haarlem, will open to the public for the first time.

On 26 July, the Unesco World Heritage Committee placed the Dutch Water Lines on the World Heritage List.

First retrospective exhibition of Van de Velde marine artists to take place at the National Maritime Museum, Amsterdam.

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These links have helped other journalists

FAQ’s of the Netherlands. has frequently asked questions about the Netherlands. FAQ's about Holland can be found here.

Plan your trip in the Netherlands. advices you how to travel through the Netherlands. The travel information you need to travel in the Netherlands.

Everything you want to know about the Netherlands on one page. With general information, facts and trivia, the royal family, the national flag and the public holidays.

Discover our latest press magazines

Where can you enjoy flower power all year round? In this magazine you can find out all about the Dutch flower storyline!
Download Dutch Flowers Now magazine.

You think you already know Zeeland? We'll convince you otherwise. Let yourself be surprised by the diversity of Zeeland!
Download the magazine Discover Zeeland

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