Visiting The Dutch Countryside

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Important Dates

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Important dates of a country are always good to remember. The
Netherlands, as with every other country on this planet, has different
important days and holidays than the next country. When you are visiting
you would want to know which dates are important to Dutch people, so
you can blend into the crowd and not stand out (in a bad way).

In general these days below are special days and almost everyone in my country has a day off. Shops will be closed, or are opened less hours than usual. Especially in the smaller cities and villages places will be shut down.

New Years Day 1-1-20

Good Friday 10-4-20

1st Easter day 12-4-20

2nd Easter day 13-4-20

King’s Day 27-4-20

Remembrance Day 4-5-20

Liberation Day 5-5-18

Ascension Day 21-5-18

Whit Sunday 31-5-20

Whit Monday 1-6-20

Christmas Day 25-12-20

Second Christmas Day 26-12-20

New Year’s Eve 31-12-20

There are more important dates of The Netherlands, so there will be
more information added later. However, these are the most important

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