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Netherlands – a land of picturesque windmills, vibrant tulip fields, and charming canals. But there’s so much more to this small yet extraordinary country than meets the eye. Today, we’re diving deep into the heart of the Netherlands to uncover 7 amazing facts that will leave you astonished! From their innovative approach to water management, mind-boggling cycling culture, to their love for cheese that goes beyond imagination – get ready to be blown away by the wonders of the Netherlands. So, buckle up for a journey full of surprises and let’s explore this captivating nation together!

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NETHERLANDS Uncovered: 7 Mind-Blowing Facts that’ll Leave You Speechless!

19 gedachten over “NETHERLANDS Uncovered: 7 Mind-Blowing Facts that’ll Leave You Speechless!”
  1. A lot of the images shown in the video (of cycling, the modern windmills, the drop manufacturing) aren't even in the NL or Dutch. And please please don't read out any Dutch words if you don't know how. Thank you!

  2. The dark side is that 70 percent of the Dutch people never own a onw dwelling, the house rent is among 1.200 euro a month, the heallht care is 200euro a month , care taks is 200 euro a month for a small bloody car , the pensions are verry low ,

  3. Driving a bicycle in stead of motorcycle or cars is not a dark thing. How the hell you think of life. It is environmental friendly.

  4. I'm Dutch ( see my surname) but I left The Netherlands for NZ 22 years ago. Why?? 300 ish days off rain every year, Cold grey and miserable all the time !! Stuff that !

  5. Prague is worse it is a pedophiles paradise! They have houses there where pink curtains mean they can get little girls and blue means little boys. Most of the children in those houses are trafficked from around the world. The police and public officials are paid off by the traffickers and wont let anyone save the children.

  6. The title says Dark side of the Netherlands.
    You would think it's about the immigration problem, house shortage, depression and loneliness, many people who can't read or write etc.
    It's misleading to show the positive things

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