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The Netherlands recognizes the role of 'pirate' and alternate culture in preserving Dutch music that's out of the mainstream.
An experimental solar path is generating power for 40 homes as well as a new safe lane for riders.
The Golden Coach, whose pro-colonial artwork and depiction of slavery have brought controversy will feature in a new museum exhibition.
The Rijksmuseum has a new exhibition that links Dutch society to the role slavery played in its development and wealth through a series of individual stories.
A temporary bridge makes an epic journey through Rotterdam's waterways to its assignment to stand in for a bridge under repair.
Amsterdam's top art museum has taken a little detour into natural history with the arrival of new residents.
A consultant report to the City Council calls for a new-built city sex center with accommodations for prostitutes and sex clubs, but it faces controversy.
Dutch art works appear to be under siege from municipal gardeners, the wind and a provincial council that wants nothing to do with the devil.
The classic wooden canal launches that are an Amsterdam landmark say they are being put out of business by new regulations.
Two Dutch cities have started the wheel rolling for another shot at hosting the start of France's famous bike race.
Utrecht turns to a 'video doorbell' for fish trying to migrate through its canals to their spawning grounds.
A court ruling puts a crimp in the city's fight against overtourism, but there will likely be an appeal.
The Dutch bought over a million new bikes last year, half of them electric.
After many years of controversy and discussion, Amsterdam's council approves legislation to move the city's 'red light' district.