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Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5430
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5443
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5573
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5609
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5626b
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


912A5661
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18324
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18326
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18330
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18331
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18332
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Prince Constantijn and Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18333
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18341
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18344
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18354
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18356
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18361
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18366
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at Palace Noordeinde in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18368
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18370
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18376
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18385
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18386
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Princess Laurentien of The Netherlands at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE18387
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0679
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0689
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0692
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0699
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0702
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0704
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0754b
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0776
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands leave at the Grote Kerk in The Hague, on September 21, 2021, HM the King speaks during the Vergadering der Staten-Generaal the Troonrede, it contains the governments most important plans for the coming year
The military ceremonial at the Grote Kerk is limited. The balcony scene at Palace Noordeinde is also canceled
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE 0790
The Hague

Prinsjesdag 2021

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A0004
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A0016
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A0024
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A0031
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A9906
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A9933
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

King Willem-Alexander of The Netherlands arrives at the Hoftuin van de Protestantse Diaconie in Amsterdam, on September 19, 2021, to unveil the Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument, the monument commemorates the more than 102ꯠ Dutch Jews, Sinti and Roma who died and were murdered during the Second World War
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


0J9A9936
Amsterdam

King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument


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