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The Kingdom of the Netherlands consists of four separate countries. They include the Netherlands itself, plus three independent countries located in the Caribbean: Curacao, Aruba and Sint Maarten.

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Some of the countries that make up Europe include the United Kingdom, France and Spain. European countries are divided into European Union member states and non-member states.

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Western Europe consists of nine countries, including Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands and Switzerland, according to the United Nations. This designation of Western Europe ...

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The physical features of the Netherlands include flat country, rolling hills and the Ardennes Mountains. Water features, such as the Rhine, Meuse and Schelde Rivers, are some of the most prominent features of this countr...

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Buying and selling items online in the Netherlands works the same as most western countries; the Netherlands does have its own shopping websites, and the most popular are marktplaats.nl and bol.com, as of 2015. Internati...

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The Netherlands is famous for its wooden clogs, windmills, Gouda cheese, tulips and canals. Tourists flock to Noordoostpolder each spring to view the vibrant tulips at the Tulip Festival.

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The Netherlands flag features three bands of color: red on the top, white in the middle and blue on the bottom. The top red band represents bravery, strength and valor, the white stripe in the middle stands for honesty a...

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