A statue in Buren, The Netherlands, of William I of Orange, Anna van Buren, and their first two children, Filips and Maria. William (1533 – 1584) was the Count of Nassau. He inherited the title Prince of Orange in 1544, and was also Duke of Buren. He was one of the leaders of the Dutch War for Independence.
Roels Eten & Drinken, 's Hertogenbosch, the Netherlands Tip: Saté with fries and salad
#34 - The Nederlands Openluchtmuseum (or, Netherlands Open Air Museum) is an interactive park in Arnhem that features historical homes, farms, and workshops used in everyday life in the Netherlands. The museum has actors who reenact how certain products used to be made. It also has an exhibit displaying old tram lines from Amsterdam, Arnhem, Rotterdam, and The Hague.
In Den Zevende Hemel, 's Hertogenbosch, Brabant, The Netherlands