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Dutch Culture

Dutch Culture Language Dutch, the official language, is spoken by around 90% of the population. Around 453,000 people, or 2.2% of the population, speak Frisian as their first language, mainly in the northern province of Friesland, where it is recognised as an official language. There are several dialects of Low Saxon, recognised as regional languages, in the north-east and Limburgish, which is...

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Medical Care in The Netherlands

Medical Care in The Netherlands Social Insurance and Medical Care Medical care in The Netherlands is funded by the Dutch Health insurance, which is obligatory. Failure to obtain it may lead to retroactive bills as well as fines. But you may choose who to go with, and the level of cover you would like. To register you need: ID Proof of residence Proof of financial...

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Public Transportation in The Netherlands

Public Transportation in The Netherlands Driving Driving in The Netherlands is one of the easiest ways of transport. The country is quite small so you can discover a lot of cities just by driving through. Did you know that The Netherlands only has two toll roads: de Westerscheldetunnel and Dordse Kil....

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Social Life in Netherlands

Social Life in Netherlands It is of course very interesting to take a look at someone’s social life to see how they live. In the Netherlands, you do not even have to look through the keyhole, because the curtains are usually wide open. So you can shamelessly stare inside the house as you pass by. That is a sign that most people in the Netherlands are very open. It is said that this Dutch habit is a descendant of...

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Relocating to Holland from UK

Relocating to Holland from UK Registering Essentials It goes without saying, that if you’re relocating to Holland from UK you will need to register – either with our local municipality or, if you have a sponsor through work, with the Expat Centre. And although you do not need a residence permit, to successfully register yourself you will need: ID Work contract – proof of economic viability Original birth certificate English is acceptable Family documents –...

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Settling in Netherlands

Buying a house in the Netherlands Buying a house in the Netherlands To properly start off settling in Netherlands you would most likely want to get a place to live in (perfectly one of your own) and find a job. Luckily there are no restrictions on buying a house in Holland. The process is easy and quick, but be sure you fully understand any documents before you sign them, as although English is widely spoken and...

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Moving to Holland

Moving to Holland Will Schiphol Airport Become a Harbour? When moving to Holland by plane you may land below the sea level. With ¼ below sea level and ½ less than 3’ above, the Netherlands are flat and low. The airport is 14 ½ feet below sea level. The city of Amsterdam is built entirely on poles; there are around eleven million poles holding the city up. The average house needs ten poles but the Royal Palace has 13,659...

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Moving to Holland with Pets

Moving to Holland with Pets When you are moving you want to keep your most precious possessions close to you. Moving with your pet to Holland doesn’t have to be difficult. Coming in by plane? In some cases, your pet can come as baggage, but in most cases, your pet will be placed in cargo. The animals go into special cargo compartments that are heated and kept under normal air...

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