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Queen's Day on the canals in Amsterdam Koninginnendag (Queen’s Day), Netherlands: April 29 or 30 This is a national holiday and a “free market” day, so everyone sells everything on the streets. There are games, concerts, performances, and parties on boats in the canals. Learn more about Koninginnendag.

from Mail Online

Queen Mathilde of Belgium visits Queen Maxima in Amsterdam

Queen Maxima and Queen Mathilde of Belgium stunned while attending a concert in Amsterdam. Mathilde, 43, and husband King Philippe are halfway through a three-day tour of the Netherlands.

from A Wanderlust for Life

King's Day in Amsterdam 2015

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Queen Mathilde, Queen Maxima, Princess Beatrix, Princess Margriet, Princess Laurentien

*BEVRIJDINGSDAG/LIBERATION DAY In the Netherlands, Liberation Day (Dutch: Bevrijdingsdag) is celebrated each year on May 5, 1945 to mark the end of the occupation by Nazi Germany during World War II. Amsterdam remains a home for freedom and independence in its many forms, and as such, alongside commemorating events of 1945, Liberation Day also celebrates contemporary freedom in society.

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