Every Year is the celebration of the Liberationday on the 5th of May. The Netherlands celebrate this since 1945 the end of Wold War II. Every Year Tradition there is a Concert on the Amstel River in presence of the
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima visited West Brabant and around the Brabantse Wal, including Ossendrecht, Bergen op Zoom and Sprundel. There were crowds with flags along the roads where the royal couple traveled during the sunny day.
Princess Beatrix, Princess Laurentien and Prince Constantijn attended the Holland Dance Festival’s opening gala at the South Beach Theater. During the performance, the royal family met with Russian ballerina Diana Vishneva and artistic director of the Holland Dance Festival, Samuel
Princess Beatrix attended the premiere of the 5th series of Dutch Masters ( Hollandse Meesters) in the 21st century at the EYE Museum of Amsterdam.
King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium along with King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands attended the opening concert for the Dutch presidency of the European Union council at the Bozar.
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima along with Princess Beatrix and Princess Margriet and Professor Pieter van Vollenhoven held a New Year’s reception for the members of the diplomatic corps and international organizations at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam. The reception
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attended the traditional New Year’s Reception for Dutch guests at the Royal Palace. Princess Beatrix, Princess Margriet of The Netherlands and Prof. Mr. Pieter Van Vollenhoven also attended the reception. There were hundreds of guests
Her Majesty Queen Maxima of the Netherlands officially opened the new Schmidt Zeevis (seafood) building in Rotterdam. Established in 1900 Schmidt Zeevis provides fish to Michelin star awarded restaurants as well as some of the finest hotels in the Netherlands.
The 2015 Prince Claus Awards took place in the presence of the Dutch Royal Family at the Royal Palace Amsterdam.
Queen Maxima awarded the Prince Bernhard Culture Prize for 2015 to architect Francine Houben in the Muziekgebouw in Amsterdam. The Prince Bernhard Culture Prize is a 150,000 euro annual award handed out by the Prince Berhnhard Culture Fund to a