Queensday 2013 - Nederland wordt oranje - KLM

Queensday 2013 - Nederland wordt oranje - KLM

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The new coat of arms for the House of Orange when King Willem-Alexander and Queen Consort Maxima ascend the throne

The new coat of arms for the House of Orange when King Willem-Alexander and Queen Consort Maxima ascend the throne

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Hollandse Erwtensoep Winter Hunger: Dutch Pea Soup #Holland #Netherlands

Hollandse Erwtensoep Winter Hunger: Dutch Pea Soup #Holland #Netherlands

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Dutch hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) Remember these from when I was little, I really need to get ahold of some of these!

Dutch hagelslag (chocolate sprinkles) Remember these from when I was little, I really need to get ahold of some of these!

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Máxima Style File - 10 Beste Looks - People - VOGUE Nederland

Máxima Style File - 10 Beste Looks - People - VOGUE Nederland

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Dutch ☆ DutZ

Dutch ☆ DutZ

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Most atlethic goal in World Cup ever Van Persie 13th of June 2014

Most atlethic goal in World Cup ever Van Persie 13th of June 2014

Stroopwafels. My heart aches when I see these. They're just that bittersweet. I love them so much, but I get them so little.

Stroopwafels. My heart aches when I see these. They're just that bittersweet. I love them so much, but I get them so little.

30 april Koninginnedag -  (Queen's day in the Netherlands till 2013) 30 april 2014 Koningsdag (Kingsday)

30 april Koninginnedag - (Queen's day in the Netherlands till 2013) 30 april 2014 Koningsdag (Kingsday)

Netherlands: Salty Licorice The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession staple. The big difference from its stateside cousin? It’s usually salty, with an herbal, palate-cleansing kick.

Netherlands: Salty Licorice The Dutch have the highest per capita licorice consumption in the world—almost four pounds each. And most of that’s likely chewed through at the movies, where drop (that’s the alternate name for Dutch licorice) is a concession staple. The big difference from its stateside cousin? It’s usually salty, with an herbal, palate-cleansing kick.

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