History of the Netherlands
The Netherlands was part of Spain at one point and time. The Netherlands is located east of the North Sea, west of Germany, and north of Belgium.
This is the Capitol of the Netherlands. It is the most popular city in the Netherlands.
Rotterdam has one of the largest ports in the world.
Utrecht is the fourth largest city in the Netherlands.
this is the box for the picture above. Eindhoven translates to "last hove on the land of Woensel" in dutch.
Anne Frank House in Amsterdam because you can see a part of history. Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam to see beautiful art. Ride on a boat in Amsterdam canals.
Geography of the Netherlands
The geography of the Netherlands is grasslands, mountains, and canals.
Government Type of the Netherlands
The government type of the Netherlands is Monarchy. The Netherlands is ruled by Crown Prince Willem-Alexander.
Prior Currency Type
The Dutch Guilder was used prior to the Euro.
There are more than 600 museums in the Netherlands. The Netherlands has the highest population density of any European country. Netherlands means low country in Dutch which is irronic because a lot at the Netherlands is below sea level. The village of Giethoorn does not have any roads, all transport is done by water on one of the many canals. In 2007 UNICEF ranked the Netherlands as the best country for children to live. Dutch people have the lowest incidence of lactose intolerance of any country, at only 1%. The Dutch are the tallest people in the world.