What are the Netherlands known for?
Artists, Delft pottery, flatness, windmills, wooden shoes, tullips, Anne Frank, canals, the red light district, pot, cows, bikes, Philips Electronics, Soccer, The Efteling theme park.
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Probably best known for drugs. Though decreasingly so, drugs used to be relatively easily available. Additionally it is known for being very flat (no mountains), tullips (wh…ich aren't really from the Netherlands), wooden shoes, mills and prostitution.
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Amsterdam is known for its architecture, canals, university, practically legal marijuana, legal prostitution, museums, trendy boutiques and shopping, cultural and ethnic div…ersity, large South Asian and Arab communities, and large gay community.
The Netherlands is often called Holland. However, this is incorrectas Holland is just part of the Netherlands, not the wholecountry.
windmills/polders, cheese, and clogs
I don't think they're known for food.
Um lets see ............................ New York. I think so. Well search it up and plz stop looking on freaking wiki answers it so unreliable you want to know how? Bec…ause I can be lying so search it up on google not wiki answers and open a freaking textbook instead of being on this crap wiki wikipedia doesn't it occur to you that it might be the same company or website i swear people these days but anyway yea its new york can you remember that In your pea sized brain
de Kerstman. But Santa Claus originated from our Saint Nicholas, who we also call Sinterklaas.
People often call the Netherlands Holland, but this is actuallywrong. Netherlands is the country and Holland is just a region ofthe Netherlands. See the related question below….
The whole of Netherlands is sometimes referred to as Holland. However, the original area that was Holland makes up two provinces of Netherlands which are North and South Holla…nd. They are located on the West Coast of the Netherlands. See the link below.
The name Holland is sometimes incorrectly used to refer to the Netherlands. Holland is in fact just part of the whole country, being a region in the west, so the Netherlands i…s the correct name for the country.
No region is informally known as the Netherlands. You may be thinking of Holland. Holland is often incorrectly used to refer to the Netherlands. Holland is just an area in …the Netherlands, not the whole country. So you could say that the Netherlands is informally known as Holland, but it is wrong to call it that, as they refer to different things.