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2018 Biesland Dagen

The Biesland Dagen festival has become an annual fixture in our family calendar.  Not only is it conveniently close, it's always a fun day out.  The Hoeve Biesland is the centre of much of the action, but other nearby locations also have entertainment and activities....

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2017 IamExpat Fair The Hague

Pitched at "global citizens with local needs", the 2017 IamExpat Fair was the 2nd annual edition held in The Hague.  Held today, 4 November 2017, in the beautiful Grote Kerk in The Hague, this was the first time I'd been inside this building, though I've walked past...

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2017 Museum Night The Hague

A highlight of every year that I have lived here in The Hague is the Museumnacht Den Haag (Museum Night The Hague).  At any time of the year, the cultural offering here in The Hague is world class, including the famous Mauritshuis (well known as the home of the "Girl...

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2017 Embassy Festival

We have really enjoyed the previous two years of the Embassy Festival, it is a fantastic opportunity to "see the world in a day" and celebrate global culture. 2015 Embassy Festival 2016 Embassy Festival It gets bigger and better each year!  In 2017, alongside the full...

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High Tech Centre Delft

Delft promotes itself as a city of innovation and technology.  This is in large part due to the presence of TU Delft (Technical University Delft), which this year are this year celebrating their 175th anniversary! So there are plenty of opportunities to learn more...

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2017 Eurovision Song Contest

Tonight is the final of the 2017 Eurovision Song Contest, held this year in Ukraine's capital city, Kyiv.  There were 42 participating countries, with 26 making it through to the Grand Final, including both The Netherlands and Australia. Since the 2016 Eurovision Song...

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