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Nationalities and Culture

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Transcript of Nationalities and Culture

Did you know?
Nationalities and Culture
The Netherlands Origin
Capital: Amsterdam

Location: Western Europe, bordering Belgium 450km, Germany 577 km

Population: 16, 877, 351 (estimated in 2014)

Ethnicity: 83% Dutch, 17% other (9% are non-Western origin mainly Turks, Moroccans, Antillean, Surinamese, and Indonesians)
Did you know?
The dutch are known to be rude.
They are not rude individuals, just very direct.

Language
A majority of the population ethnically dutch, nevertheless other nationalities within the country feature Indonesians, Germans, Turkins, and a variety of others.












Clogs are one of the first things that come to mind when other cultures think of the Dutch, as they are common fashion statement for many in the country.


The name "The Netherlands" means "The low countries".

The Netherlands is often referred to as Holland; however, in reality North and South Holland are just two of the twelve provinces.
Dutch is the official language .
90%
of the population speaks Dutch.

2.2%
of population speaks Frisian as their first language, mainly in the province of Friseland, where it is recognized as the official language.

Turkish and Arabic are also spoken by
0.6%
of the population.
Family
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