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On April 30, celebrated Queen’s Day in Netherlands, is the most festive occasion of the year. On this day plenty of orange represents the House of Orange. There are orange banners and flags, and sometimes the water in fountains is even dyed. Special celebration often in the form of demonstrations of old – fashioned dances and crafts take place. These celebrations in Dutch called as ‘Koninginnedag’(Queen’s Day), is a national holiday commemorate the birthday of the country’s Queen. It is celebration widely in Netherlands. It is the day to welcoming up to two million party-going visitors. According to the history, since 1949, these celebrations observed in Netherlands on April 30. The holiday fell on August 31, the birthday of Juliana's mother, former Queen Wilhelmina. When the current Queen Beatrix succeeded Juliana in 1980, she chose to keep Queen's Day on April 30, as Beatrix's own birthday is January 31. Prinsengracht and Rembrandtplein have live music during the day, kid’s games, workshops and performers which are run as part of the event.
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