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King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Van der Poel Loonbedrijf en Akkerbouw in Abbenbroek, on July 03, 2020, for a workvisit in the light of the impact of the corona outbreak on the agricultural and horticultural sector
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Abbenbroek
03.07.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at Engelen en Spoor Uitvaartverzorging at Het Clingendaelhuys in The Hague, on July 02, 2020, for a workvisit about the funeral industry in the context of the consequences of COVID-19
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The Hague
02.07.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at locatie Geestercogge in Schagen, on July 02, 2020, for a workvisit, a location of mental health care institution Noord-Holland-Noord, treating people in their own environment (ambulantization)
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Schagen
02.07.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Theater de Nieuwe Regentes in The Hague, on July 01, 2020, for a workvisit, she speaks with actors, dancers, visual artists and theater technicians about the challenges as a freelancer in this period
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The Hague
01.07.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at logistics service provider Dachser in Waddinxveen, on July 01, 2020, for a workvisit, in the context of the impact of the corona crisis on youth unemployment
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Waddinxveen
01.07.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hof van Seghwaert in Zoetermeer, on June 29, 2020, for a workvisit to the Gilde Stadstuiniers, a project to connect volunteers and residents, people with disabilities and people in a reintegration process
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Zoetermeer
29.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Ridderzaal in The Hague, on June 27, 2020, to attend Veteranendag 2020, the planned festivities around the 16th edition of Dutch Veterans Day have been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak
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The Hague
27.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Avans Hogeschool in Breda, on June 26, 2020, for a workvisit, the visit focuses on the impact of the corona outbreak on (practical) education in higher professional education
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Breda
26.06.2020
Princess Margriet of The Netherlands arrives at the Red Cross in Utrecht, on June 25, 2020, for a workvisit, the visit is devoted to the work of the Red Cross in the fight against the corona pandemic. Princess Margriet is honorary chair of the Dutch Red Cross
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Utrecht
25.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at TechnoHUB in Woerden, on June 25, 2020, for a workvisit, a new educational training facility set up in collaboration with technical companies
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Woerden
25.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hunebedmuseum in Borger, on June 24, 2020, for a workvisit to the museum and the Cultuurpodium Borger in the context of the impact of the corona pandemic on the culture and leisure sector in the province of Drenthe,
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Borger
24.06.2020
Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Apenheul in Apeldoorn, on June 17, 2020,
to open a food forest for pygmy monkeys, it is a new area in the park with several stray monkey species and a more than 100 meter long insect wall
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Apeldoorn
17.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the De Kuip in Rotterdam , on June 17, 2020, for a workvisit, in the context of the impact of the corona pandemic on the events industry, in addition to a football stadium, De Kuip is also an event location
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Rotterdam
17.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Alcazar Events in Puttershoek, on June 16, 2020, to attend the meeting signing Music Agreement Hoeksche Waard, the agreement is part of the More Music in the Classroom program
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Puttershoek
16.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Stadskantoor in Leiden, on June 15, 2020, for a workvisit to Extraordinary Investigating Officers (BOAs) of the Enforcement team of the Municipality of Leiden, and police officers with whom the BOAs work closely together, this was followed by a short city walk
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Leiden
15.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the volunteer organization House of Hope in Rotterdam, on June 11, 2020, for a workvisit, House of Hope helps vulnerable residents of Rotterdam South with social, financial and practical problems
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Rotterdam
11.06.2020
Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands at the playground association Baarn in Baarn, on June 10, 2020, to open and visit the national outdoor game day Jantje Beton
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Baarn
10.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the GGZ (mental health institution) Parnassia Groep in The Hague, on June 10, 2020, the visit was about the (possible) consequences of the corona pandemic on mental health care, focusing on current problems as well as opportunities and new developments
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The Hague
10.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the branch of Nederland Isoleert in Amersfoort, on June 09, 2020, for a workvisit, in the context of the energy transition and sustainability, the effects of the coronacrisis
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Amersfoort
09.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at Nijmegen-Fenikshof at supermarket Jumbo in Nijmegen, on June 04, 2020, for a workvisit, she talks with box fillers, cashiers and employees of the fresh department about changes in supermarkets since mid-March to ensure the food supply and health of staff and customers
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Nijnmegen
04.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Theater aan het Spui in The Hague, on June 03, 2020, to attend the first performance evening, after reopening of the National Theater, theaters in the Netherlands will be open again from 1 June for a maximum of thirty visitors, after eleven weeks have closed
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The Hague
03.06.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Kunstmuseum in The Hague, on June 02, 2020, for a workvisit, it has reopened after an 11-week closure due to the corona pandemic
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The Hague
02.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Townhall in Apeldoorn, on June 02, 2020, for a workvisit, the visit was devoted to the consequences of the corona outbreak on the municipal organization and services
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Apeldoorn
02.06.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Utrecht Central Station in Utrecht, on May 29, 2020, for a workvisit, it takes place in the context of the impact of the corona pandemic on public transport, he talks to drivers and social safety employees from various organizations for tram, bus and train transport.
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Utrecht
29.05.2020


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