Basic Information of the Netherlands

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The Netherlands (Holland) is officially called. The Kingdom of the Netherlands is derived from the word “Neder” or “low”. Because most of the Dutch terrain is flat and about one quarter of the country is below sea level. The Netherlands has adapted the area by pumping water from lakes and waterways to make it usable. The Netherlands has many dams and water pumping stations. To prevent half of the country’s floods. The Netherlands has the largest water management engineering building in the world. The Netherlands is located in Western Europe. Between Belgium and Germany Adjacent to the North Sea. Dutch and French are official languages.

Politics of Netherlands commonly known as Holland (Holland), is officially named. The Kingdom of the Netherlands is derived from the word “Neder” or “low”, because most of the Dutch terrain is flat. And about one quarter of the country is below sea level. The Netherlands has adapted the area by pumping out lakes and waterways. To make use of The Netherlands has many dams and water pumping stations. To prevent half of the country’s floods. The Netherlands has the largest water management engineering building in the world.

The Netherlands is a small Western European country with an area of ​​41,528 square kilometers, with a population of 16.3 million. It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world. The population is 387 people per square kilometer. Approximately half of the population, or about 7 million, live in the four western cities of Amsterdam, Hertfordshire, and Utrecht. This area is called Landsdowne, with foreigners relocating to the Netherlands. About 3 million people, mostly from European countries, Turkey, Morocco, Netherlands Antilles and Aruba (Dutch overseas territories), Indonesia and Shuri The Challenge (former colony of the Netherlands).

Amsterdam is the capital. Of the Netherlands The Hague is the seat of government. Foreign embassy And international organizations Including the palace, which is the residence of the Queen of the Netherlands. The Hague is considered to be The International Law and Justice Center is the center of international legal education. The International Court of Justice, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, the Court of Arbitration, the United States Claims Tribunal, the Hague Conference of Private International Law, The Organization for the Prohibition on Chemical Weapons and the International Criminal Court

Geography of the terrain is vast. Most of the time it was sea water, so it was below sea level, only in the south-east of the Limburg area. Only mountains can be seen. The Rhine River from Germany It is a major river of the country. Because the country is below sea level, it is necessary to build a dam. So that the sea might not be flooded. Since the Netherlands is located on the North Sea coast. It is influenced by the warm water. The climate of the country is warmer than in other European countries. Rainfall in spring and autumn is up to 700 mm per year. Cool weather The average temperature is 18.3 degrees Celsius. Average temperature is 2.6 degrees Celsius Average rainfall is 797 millimeters per year.

The Netherlands has two Christmas holidays. On December 5 and December 25, it is Christmas Day. Both days. December 5 is the day of celebrations. Nicholas Eve. It is said that on November 3, St. Nicholas or Santa Claus will mount a horse from Spain. Head to Amsterdam.

Currency is Euro check global exchange rates. The city is a tourist attraction in the Netherlands, such as Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Delft, Keukenhof Tulip Garden, IJsselmeer Outdoor Museum / The Zuiderzee Museum is an open-air museum that shows the Dutch way of life in ancient times, food, houses and architecture. Archeon Park, located at Alphen aan den Rijn, is a semi-amusement park and museum of interest. The atmosphere is ancient. Chasing since the dinosaurs. Prehistory, medieval Roman times, etc. Exhibitions and interpretations are used primarily by people.

 

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