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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 /
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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 /
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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 /
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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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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


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King Willem-Alexander unveils Nationaal Holocaust Namenmonument

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Rotapool/P van Katwijk/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Science Park in Amsterdam, on September 16, 2021, to open the national supercomputer Snellius, it offers scientific research in the Netherlands ten times as much computing power as its predecessor
The Queen has a splint on her right hand, it happened during the holidays
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


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Amsterdam

Queen Maxima opens supercomputer Snellius


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