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Welcome to the official Google Plus page of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London. Follow us on Facebook @ facebook.com/dutchembassyUK! http://www.dutchembassyuk.org/
Welcome to the official Google Plus page of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in London. Follow us on Facebook @ facebook.com/dutchembassyUK! http://www.dutchembassyuk.org/
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Dutch EmbassyUK was in a video call with 1 person. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>Sara Gradstein

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Dutch nanoscientists get €51 million to push limits

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How did Dutch artist Leon Keer create a 3D illusion on a street in chalk? A question of perspective.

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Visit 'Venice of the Netherlands'!

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Mark Post of Maastricht University in the Netherlands, one of the pioneers in the field, claims he will be able to produce a cultured burger by the end of the year.

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Karen Vivers' view on the Dutch longing for a boterham met kaas after a long trip: '' Maybe we can all learn something from the Dutch, appreciating and enjoying what we have, without the constant search for bigger and better.''

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The Seatree: Amazing wildlife haven built on water unveiled by Dutch firm that will combat urban pollution!

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Gustav Leonhardt obituary, #Dutch harpsichordist and conductor and a pioneer of the early music movement.

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The Guardian's Stunning 50 Olympic moments No10: Dutchwoman Fanny Blankers-Koen wins four golds & demolished prejudices about gender, age and motherhood.

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Join us on Thursday 26 January at UCL for panel discussion with Dutch writer Abdelkader Benali and Hisham Matar from Libya
chaired by Jo Glanville (Index on Censorship). Abdelkader Benali (author of Wedding by the Sea, and journalist) and Hisham Matar (author of In the Country of Men and Anatomy of a Disappearance) discuss freedom of speech, the Arab Spring and artistic responses now and in the past to revolutionary events. Jo Glanville, editor of Index on Censorship, will chair the event.

The discussion will be followed by a drinks reception. Please feel free and join in (register via the link below)!
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