Jai Morton, an Australian coffee lover in Amsterdam, writes about quality, culture and the Aussie influence on coffee in the Netherlands.
From 12 April 2019 – 01 September 2019, the Museum Prinsenhof Delft has a special exhibition. Mojo Back Stage: Dutch Masters of the Music Industry is a really interesting glimpse at the role Delft-based business, Mojo, has had in the Netherlands.
Koning Willem-Alexander bezocht tijdens zijn 52everjaardag samen met zijn familie de stad Amersfoort (provincie Utrecht). Het is de vijfde editie ‘Koningsdag nieuwe stijl’.
In this guest post by Klaas Woldring, Ph. D. who is secretary of the Dutch Australian Cultural Centre Ltd. (DACC) in Smithfield, Sydney, Australia, he discusses a possible additional function for the DACC and what the Netherlands could mean for Australia. In recent commemorations about the Netherlands in Australia, in 2006 […]
Art historian Tea Gudek Snajdar offers special Saturday Art Tours for expats and internationals living in the Netherlands. ‘My idea is that art is here for all of us to enjoy. It shouldn’t be exclusive or understandable to only a small group of art critics. Everyone should be able […]
Amsterdam is home to some of the best museums in Europe. Rembrandt, Vermeer and Vincent van Gogh are just some of the very famous painters who lived there. Rijksmuseum, Hermitage or Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam are the places to go to see some of their very famous […]
I’d like to introduce Annie of the Heavenly Holland Facebook community and website. With over 46,000 followers on Facebook and extensive information and beautiful images on her website, Annie loves to share her passion for the Netherlands. She is Dutch but writes in English on her website […]