The 《 news and world report website reports that the netherlands wants to change its name:" nedland "doesn't want you to call it" the netherlands "again, causing heated domestic media debate and some misunderstanding. However, the truth is...
Holland or the original Holland! No change of name, but a new national logo, aimed at reshaping the international image of the Netherlands, to further enhance the outside world's comprehensive understanding of the Netherlands.
Before that, the official name of the Netherlands had always been the Kingdom of the Netherlands, which was Koninkrijkder Nederlanden and The Kingdom of the Netherlands, or The Netherlands.
It doesn't matter whether it's still in the clouds or not, because the word \"Netherlands\" or \"Holland\" is used to refer to the Netherlands.
The capital, Amsterdam, both recognizes marijuana as legal and has a legal red light district and an unashamed sex culture, and it's no wonder it's the top city for young people under 30 in the world who want to live most!
But it is also not entirely open and bold, the second largest city of Rotterdam shy but romantic, literary and full of spirit. avant-garde architecture and lovely windmills also attract tourists around the world.
Holland, still quiet, leisurely. In the cultural town of The Hague, you can live here for a few days to see the slow life of Yun Yun Shu, not boring, not boring, will only feel the time to stop here.
The canals in the sunset, the fairy-tale windmills, the vast tulips, and the beautiful girls in the red light district are all Nedland you never knew, with its infinite beauty and long history.
The reflection of the canal, the cruise ship, the jingling tram, the tulip-filled park that rides through like a bicycle, and the best years. The ubiquitous tulips and bikes are the name cards of the city.
In the Amsterdam cruise, even if this matter again visitor, also extremely attracts me. The canal is both a testament to Amsterdam's prosperity and commerce and a hallmark of the city, even being listed as a World Heritage Site in 2010. Sitting on a glass-top boat looking at the rows of 17th-century gabled roof buildings, feel the city's enigmatic sexiness and tenderness.
Through the glass windows of the boat, you can see the colorful ancient gable buildings on both sides of the strait. The enthusiastic local boatman will tell you the history and the story without meanness, will certainly let you take advantage of the happy return.