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The Netherlands

nedeland

The Netherlands consists of building up Kingdoms. Overseas areas also belonged to the empire. Some of them have now become independent. Examples of these overseas areas are: Suriname, Curacao, Netherlands Antilles, Dutch Indies. The Netherlands is located in Europe and borders on Belgium and Germany. The Netherlands is also on the North Sea. The country has 12 provinces. The capital is Amsterdam. But remarkably enough, the government is in The Hague. The population is around 18 million and has a land area of more than 41,000 square kilometers. More than 18 percent of this surface consists of water. Due to its location with the North Sea and land reclamation from water through the centuries, the Netherlands is below sea level. The border is approximately 1000 kilometers and coastal border 450 kilometers. The country is protected by the construction of dikes and water discharge systems. The Netherlands is a Monarchy. What constitutes a democracy headed by a royal family. The parliament is divided into the first and second chamber. The number of seats to be distributed is 150. For a ruling political party, therefore, the minimum seat majority of 76 seats must be obtained at elections. In the Netherlands, a large number of eligible parties require multiple parties to form a government. Furthermore, the Netherlands is an international trading country with a lot of export in goods but also the services sector.

 
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The Netherlands

climate

The climate in the Netherlands is a mild maritime climate. So mild winters and mild summers. In the summer the Netherlands has an evaporation surplus and in winter a rain surplus. Yet this is mild because contrary to the feeling of much rain in the Netherlands this is only 8 percent. In recent years, this country has had a greenhouse effect. The summers become gradually longer and the winters gradually become shorter wetter and milder. This extra rainfall also causes inconvenience. Also insects disappear from our soil. 60 percent fewer insects observed in recent years. The bird sparrow is the result of the effect of disappearance of insects. 20 years ago in very large numbers in the Netherlands. The older generation will remember this well. Due to the greenhouse effect, insect larvae are released 2 weeks earlier. The sparrows are therefore born too late from the eggs. The food (the larvae) have already disappeared in those two weeks. The outcome is simple to predict: No sparrows. Similarly, the proverb will go with great warmth: The sparrows fall dead from the roof, also disappear in the vernacular. Another example: salmon used to swim in the Rhine. The number itself was so strongly represented that because of the price people ate it three times a week. Really, really, really, sir the Owl.