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King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16016
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16018
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16019
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16021
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16023
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16025
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Pool/Peter Dejong/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16027
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Pool/Peter Dejong/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16028
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16030a
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16032
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Rotalpool/Remko de Waal/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16034
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Rotalpool/Remko de Waal/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16035
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands at the national monument at the Dam Square in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, to attend the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Rotalpool/Remko de Waal/ Albert Nieboer /
Netherlands OUT / Point de Vue OUT


RPE16036
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2300
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2300B
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2301
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2305
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2316
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2317
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2320
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrive at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2321
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Queen Maxima of The Netherlands arrives at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam, on May 04, 2021, before attending the National remembrance ceremony, due to the corona crisis, the celebration takes place without public
Photo: Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE 2338
Amsterdam

Dodenherdenking

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands arrives at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15989
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands arrives at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15990
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15991
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15994
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15997
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15998
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE15999
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16000
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16002
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16003
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16004
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16006
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16007
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16008
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16011
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

Princess Margriet of The Netherlands at the Canadian War Cemetery & Memorial in Groesbeek, on May 03, 2021, to visit the photo exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek, the exhibition is an initiative of the Faces to Graves Foundation. The foundation conducts research into killed soldiers with the aim of making their life stories accessible to everyone
Photo: Rotalpool/Jeroen Meeuwsen/ Albert Nieboer / Netherlands OUT / Point De Vue OUT


RPE16013
Groesbeek

Princess Margriet visits exhibition The Faces of Groesbeek

   



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