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King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at roeivereniging Willem III in Amsterdam, on December, 11-12-2020, the visit is dedicated to the impact of the corona measures on the sport in general, components are a walk and a round table discussion
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Amsterdam
11.12.2020
Princess Beatrix of The Netherlands arrives at the Dordrechts Museum inDordrecht, on December, 08-12-2020, to visit the exhibition Deeply rooted. Trees in Dutch Painting. The museum is organizing the exhibition on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Tree Foundation
Photo: Rotapool /Sem van der Wal/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Dordrecht
08.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Universiteit Utrecht in Utrecht, on December, 08-12-2020, for a workvisit, it focused on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on education and the well-being of students and teachers
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Utrecht
08.12.2020
Princess Margriet of The Netherlands arrives at the Willem V Galerij in The Hague, on December, 07-12-2020,
to award commemorative medals to four Red Cross volunteers on National Volunteer Day. They symbolize six thousand volunteers who today receive a medal for their efforts during the corona pandemic
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
07.12.2020
 




04.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Headquarters of the UWV (Institute for Employee Insurance) in Amsterdam, on December, 04-12-2020, for a workvisit to the Regional Work Center Amsterdam
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amsterdam
04.12.2020
Christmas tree with led lights at the frontcourt of Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, on December, 04-12-2020
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The Hague
04.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Centrale Bibliotheek in The Hague, on December, 02-12-2020, to open the National Year of Voluntary Deployment 2021, under the name People make the Netherlands, voluntary organizations are demanding national attention for the connecting value of voluntary work
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
02.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Grant Thornton in Gouda, on December, 02-12-2020, to attend a meeting of NLgroeit, Nlgroeit is a platform where entrepreneurs help each other to take their next growth step
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Gouda
02.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at Concertgebouw De Vereeniging in Nijmegen, on December, 01-12-2020, for a working visit, to the Stadsschouwburg and Concertgebouw De Vereeniging, the visit is dedicated to the impact of the corona crisis on entrepreneurship and the management of theaters and concert halls
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Nijmegen
01.12.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague, on November, 30-11-2020, she speaks online with future G20 president Italy about inclusive finance, Giuseppe Conte and the Governor of the Banca d‘Italia, Ignazio Visco
Photo: Rotapool/Sander Koning / Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
30.11.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Veteranenbegraafplaats in Loenen, on November 26-11-2020, to open the Nationale Veteranenbegraafplaats Loenen, a memorial and education center has also been set up at the new cemetery
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Loenen
26.11.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Corona-afdeling Thebe en De MARQ in Breda, on November 25-11-2020, In the isolated corona department of the Thebes care organization and the MARQ rehabilitation clinic, De Koning receives an explanation about the protective measures for the nursing staff and for visitors to the patients
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Breda
25.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands in The Hague, on November 25-11-2020, online present at the signing of the Noord Noord-Holland Music Agreement, the local collaboration agreement for music education at primary schools
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The Hague
25.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Beurs van Berlage in Amsterdam, on November 25-11-2020, to announce the winners of the Koning Willem I prize, the Foundation was established in 1958 on the initiative of De Nederlandsche Bank by organizations associated with the business community
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amsterdam
25.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Museum van de Geest | Dolhuys in Haarlem, on November 24, 2020, to open the renewed museum, the Dolhuys is a museum in a former madhouse, where insane people have been cared for since the 16th century. The main theme of the museum is the psyche and spirit of man in all its facets
Photo: Rotapool / Koen van Weel / Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Haarlem
24.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leaves at the Kromhouthal in Amsterdam, on November 23, 2020, after handout the Prince Bernhard Cultuurfonds awards Prize 2020 to ISH Dance Collective, the Cultuurfonds awards this oeuvre prize annually to a person or institution with a great track record in the field of culture, nature or science
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amsterdam
23.11.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Diergaarde Blijdorp in Rotterdam, on November 23, 2020 for a workvisit, the visit focused on the consequences of the corona outbreak for research and breeding programs. Various programs have been scaled down or (temporarily) halted since the outbreak
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Rotterdam
23.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the MBO Utrecht in Utrecht, on November 19, 2020, for a workvisit at a small-scale regional MBO (secondary education) school with a wide range of courses in sectors such as technology, healthcare, event industry, communication and business services
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Utrecht
19.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Boeg B.V. & Boeg Nautic in Scheveningen, on November 18, 2020, for a workvisit, Boeg B.V. has developed a machine that can sow and harvest seaweed, and visit the herring lugger SCH-236, the lugger is being restored into a museum ship by Boeg B.V., MBO students and volunteers
Photo: Rotapool/R van Lonkhuijsen/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Scheveningen
18.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at woonzorgpark Willen van de Bergh in Noordwijk, on November 13, 2020, for a workvisit, the visit focused on the impact of the corona outbreak on the care and support of people with intellectual disabilities
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Noordwijk
13.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, on November 12, 2020, gives opening speech online at the ASEAN Women Leaders Summit in her UN capacity on the theme Women‘s Role in Building a Cohesive, Dynamic, Sustainable, and Inclusive ASEAN Community in a Post COVID-19 World
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
12.11.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Erasmus MC in Rotterdam, on November 11, 2020, he is informed about the situation in Dutch hospitals and the importance of patient distribution during the corona pandemic and visits the emergency department and speaks to healthcare and ambulance personnel
Photo: Rotalpool/Remko de Waal/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Rotterdam
11.11.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the BovenIJ ziekenhuis in Amsterdam, on November 05, 2020, for a visit, theme of the visit is the consequences of the corona pandemic for regular care and the social domain, she also spoke with cured corona patients
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amsterdam
05.11.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Podiumhuys in Uden, on October 15, 2020, to receive the first copy of the traveling corona diary Lief Dagboek, the book compiles personal stories about the period since the outbreak of the corona virus
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Uden
15.10.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Enik Recovery College in Utrecht, on October 14, 2020, for aworkvisit to gebiedsteam GGZ van Lister en Altrecht, Lister offers recovery support to people with a psychological vulnerability
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Utrecht
14.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Huis Ten Bosch in The Hague, on October 14, 2020, during an online video call with employees of organizations in the Caribbean part of the Kingdom
Photo: Pool R de Waal / Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
14.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 13, 2020, Queen Maxima received a small group involved in the pact Towards a debt-free Netherlands, she also gave a speech
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
13.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on October 12, 2020, to receive Desiderius Erasmus correspondence from publisher Ms Exler-Donker.
This correspondence by the Dutch humanist Erasmus, fully translated into Dutch, consists of twenty volumes and a register with a total of 3걭 letters.
Photo: FrankvBeek/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
12.10.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at Palace Huis ten Bosch in The Hague, on October 08, 2020, in a video interview with United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres, presented the annual report of her activities as the United Nations Secretary-General‘s Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development (UNSGSA
Photo: Rotapool/PvKatwijk/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
08.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on October 08, 2020, to hand out the Koninklijke Prijs voor Vrije Schilderkunst 2020, 3 young artists are distinguished and each receive an amount of 9ꯠ euros
Photo: Rotapool/Koen van Weel/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Amsterdam
08.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Lichtfabriek in Haarlem, on October 08, 2020, to attend the celebration of the 80th anniversary of the Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Haarlem
08.10.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, on October 07, 2020, to attendi the launch of Muziekopleidersakkoord, Meer Muziek in de Klas
Photo: Pool Pvk/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Utrecht
07.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at activiteitencentrum Dwars in Leiderdorp, on October 05, 2020, for a visit to the initiative Tijd voor Krijt, an initiative of the Royal Dutch Billiards Association, in which billiards is used to bring people from 55 years into contact with each other
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Leiderdorp
05.10.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the World Forum in The Hague, on October 01, 2020, to open the annual breast cancer month during a meeting on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the Dutch Breast Cancer Association
Photo: Rotapool/R van Lonkhuijsen/ Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
01.10.2020
Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the SER in The Hague, on October 01, 2020,
to attend the anniversary conference 70 years SER: Connection in society, which is organized on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Social and Economic Council
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



The Hague
01.10.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at Naturalis in Leiden, on September 29, 2020, to open the exhibition Van onschatbare waarde - 200 years Naturalis
on the occasion of the 200th anniversary of Naturalis Biodiversity Center
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Leiden
29.09.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the metro entrance Europaplein in Amsterdam, on September 25, 2020, for a work visit to the North South line, the line, officially metro 52, was put into use in July 2018 and runs a length of 9.7 kilometers via eight stations
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Amsterdam
25.09.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at PerkinElmer in Winschoten, on September 24, 2020, to open the new production and assembly location for corona test kits
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Winschoten
24.09.2020
King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at stichting Bedrijf en Samenleving in Haarlem, on September 22, 2020, for a visit, the foundation won With the Time2Shine project one of the three Appeltjes van Oranje, the annual prizes of the Oranje Fonds
Photo: Albert Nieboer/ Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue Out



Haarlem
22.09.2020

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