Tag Archives: Study in Netherlands

Top 10 Longest Place Names in the World

Probably no one would have heard of the place “Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch” had it not been given such a long name. And what about a lake called “Taumatawhakatangihangakoauauotamateaturipukakapikimaungahoronukupokaiwhenuakitanatahu”, you must have been there? These are the 10 places in the world with the longest names. Check ehistorylib for list of most powerful women in 2017. 10. Gasselterboerveenschemond (25) In 10th… Read More »

Top 10 “Man Made” Artificial Islands

Technology does not stand still. Artificial islands are becoming the rule rather than the exception. Land reclamation at sea (or in a lake) is creating more and more new square meters. As ‘addition’ to existing islands, constructed on natural reefs or connecting several existing islands into one large domain. Much is possible. Land reclamation is not new. For example, did you… Read More »

Top 5 Densely Populated Countries with More Than 10 Million Inhabitants

The above top 10 of densely populated countries is full of very small countries with relatively few inhabitants. But what about the larger countries, with more than 10 million inhabitants? Check computerannals for list of most populated countries in the world. There are also countries in these countries in which people live very close to each other,… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Countries in the World in 1900

In the year 1900, the world had about 1.65 billion people. Below is a list of countries that in 1900 were among the top 10 largest countries in terms of population. Most of these countries no longer exist in their former form. Check timedictionary for list of top 10 largest countries in North America. 10. European France The… Read More »

Top 10 Richest Municipalities in the Netherlands

Where do most of the rich people in the Netherlands actually live? We don’t like to talk about our wealth or income, but we are of course curious about that of others. We looked at the wealth of the inhabitants for the top 10 of the richest municipalities in the Netherlands . It is therefore not about income, but about… Read More »

Top 10 Lowest Countries in the World

Every country has its own landscape: from high mountains to vast beaches. In addition, some countries have a higher elevation than others. Do you want to know which countries have the lowest average location in the world? Then read on, because you will discover it in these top 10 lowest countries in the world. Check businesscarriers for list of… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Municipalities in North Brabant

In North Brabant they fully enjoy cosiness, culture and nature. The various cities in this province have plenty to offer. Would you like to learn more about these cities and municipalities? Discover the top 10 largest municipality in North Brabant here. Check itypeauto for list of top 10 largest cities in Russia. Altena – 56,300 inhabitants The number ten… Read More »

Top 10 Largest Municipality of Friesland

Friesland is a beautiful province with historic cities, babbling rivers and large areas of unspoiled nature. You can live there wonderfully, but also enjoy a restful holiday. It is then worthwhile to visit the cities of this province. Discover the top 10 largest municipality in Friesland here. Check elaineqho for list of top 10 largest cities in India. 10.… Read More »

Groningen, Netherlands

If you look at a map of the Netherlands and take into account Dutch distances, Groningen seems far from everywhere, but appearances, as they say, are deceiving. Groningen is the largest, funniest student city in the north of the Netherlands. Its 20,000 students keep the city’s nightlife alive, while art museums, a theater and a… Read More »

Delft, Netherlands

Delft is a real open-air museum. Sandwiched between The Hague and Leiden, this city has been described as the “absolute center” of Holland. The historic center of Delft has been preserved since the 17th century. There is an opinion that the market square of Delft, with a 109-meter bell tower of the New Church (Niewe… Read More »

Eindhoven, Netherlands

Eindhoven is the main city of North Brabant and a center for contemporary art and design. At one time, the city was “raised” by the Philips company, which founded its headquarters here. Not so long ago, the corporation moved to the capital, and Eindhoven had no choice but to rely on modernity: after the Second… Read More »

Netherlands Religion, Geography, Politics and Population

Religion in Netherlands More than half of the population (about 60%) of the Netherlands are Christians – this number is almost equally divided between adherents of Catholicism and Protestants. About 3% are Muslims, and the relative percentage of atheists is also high. Transport in Netherlands Movement around the country Since the size of the Netherlands… Read More »

Netherlands Road Network

Road type Length (2018) Highway 3,047 km Provincial way 6,536 km Water board road 6,957 km Municipal road 119,567 km Total road length 139,691 km According to wholevehicles, the Dutch road network is particularly dense, as a result of the high population density. The road network is numbered from 1 to 999 in one nationwide… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Amersfoort, Netherlands

The climate of Amersfoort Amersfoort is a large city in the northeast of the Utrechtat the border with Gelderland. The surroundings of Amersfoort have been inhabited for many centuries. The first mention of Amersfoort in the history books dates back to the 11th century AD. Amersfoort has had city rights since the 13th century. The… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Almere, Netherlands

The climate of Almere According to shopareview, Almere is a large city in the southwest of the province of Flevoland and has almost 200,000 inhabitants. This makes Almere one of the ten largest cities in the Netherlands. Almere is also the fastest growing city in the Netherlands. It is also one of the youngest cities… Read More »

Climate and Weather of Alkmaar, Netherlands

The climate of Alkmaar According to citypopulationreview, Alkmaar is a city and a municipality in the northern part of North Holland. Alkmaar is an old city and has had city rights since the 13th century. Today the city is mainly known for its cheese market. This cheese market has been taking place here for four… Read More »

Netherlands Culture of Business

Basic data Capital Amsterdam Population 17.62 million Language The official language is Dutch, English is widely spoken Religion No religion (54%), Catholic (20%), Protestant (15%) State system constitutional monarchy Head of State King Willem-Alexander Head of government Mark Rutte Currency name Euro (EUR) Travel Time shift 0 o’clock Economy 2021 Nominal GDP (billion USD) 1,127.00… Read More »

Netherlands Basic Information

Basic information about the territory Subchapters: System of governance and political tendencies in the country Foreign policy of the country Population The system of governance and political tendencies in the country Name of the country: Kingdom of the Netherlands / Koninkrijk der Nederlanden In the last parliamentary elections held in the Netherlands in March 2021,… Read More »

Netherlands Travel Facts

The Netherlands is one of the four autonomous countries of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The European country borders Germany & Belgium and has a long North Sea coast. The landscape is rather flat and unspectacular, but thanks to exciting cities and a lot of atmosphere, it still offers some great highlights as a travel… Read More »

Netherlands History 1994

The center-right coalition – formed by the Christian Democrats of the CDA (Christen-Democratish Appel), by the liberals of the VVD (Volkspartij voor Vrijheid en Democratie) and led by the Christian Democrat A. Van Agt – ruled the country from January 1978 to the elections in May 1981. In these consultations the CDA – born in… Read More »

Netherlands History – From 1945 to today

Queen Wilhelmina and the government, having taken refuge in London, returned to their homeland in 1945. In 1946 the Social Democratic Party merged with the left wing of the resistance movement of W. Schermerhorn and with other groups and took the name of Partij van de Arbeid (PVDA). Together with the Katholische Volkspartij (KV), it… Read More »

Netherlands 2015

Demographics and economic geography Western European state. As of 1 November 2014, the population of the Netherlands amounted, according to an estimate by the National Statistics Office, to 16,902,103 residents (16,802,463 residents, According to an estimate by UNDESA, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2014), continuing the upward trend, albeit slight, of recent… Read More »

Netherlands 2014

Machiavelli in the Republic of the United Provinces. Between the end of the 16th century. and the middle of the 18th there is a phase of intense activity of authors, translators and editors interested in the Machiavelli ‘phenomenon’. This phase coincides with the liberation from the Spanish crown, the consolidation of a republican regime and… Read More »

Netherlands 2000

Population The demographic dynamics of PB (15. 678. 000 residents, According to a UN estimate, in 1998) has experienced in recent years a gradual decline in the growth rate, due in part to a reduction in the natural growth rate (3, 5 ‰ in 1997), partly due to a contraction in the immigration flow. The… Read More »

Netherlands 1994

The Netherlands, which extend over an area of ​​33,937 km 2 (41,526 with inland waters), remain the most densely populated country in Europe (446 residents / km 2 in 1992), followed at a considerable distance by Belgium (328 residents / km 2). Over the last twenty years, the Netherlands population has increased by over 2… Read More »

Netherlands 1979

Land use has the highest percentage (34.9) assigned to permanent meadows and pastures; arable land accounts for 22%, while forests and woods account for 8.1%. Agricultural property is generally small with a prevalence of farms owning an average of 10 ha; a tenth part of the cultivated area is divided into plots of less than… Read More »

Netherlands Children’s Encyclopedia (2006)

Netherlands A plain below sea level The current idea of ​​the Netherlands – large tulip fields, windmills, dams, canals and lots of water everywhere – is not far off the mark. A country at the top of economic, social, cultural development, which has preserved many of its traditional features, ancient cities, orderly and elegant, a… Read More »