Dutch Queen Maxima greets the general public - Stock Image

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The Hague, Netherlands - Nocember 30, 2013: Mayor of The Hague Jozias van Aartsen and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arriving at the official opening of the celebrations around '200 Years of Kingdom in the Netherlands' on the beach of Scheveningen. On this day precisely 200 years ago Willem Frederik, Prince of Orange-Nassau, landed at Scheveningen beach after sailing from England, where his father - Prince William V - had fled to in 1795 to escape the French. Now, 200 years later, a re-enactment of that historic landing was held.
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The Hague, Netherlands - Nocember 30, 2013: Mayor of The Hague Jozias van Aartsen and Queen Maxima of the Netherlands arriving at the official opening of the celebrations around '200 Years of Kingdom in the Netherlands' on the beach of Scheveningen. On this day precisely 200 years ago Willem Frederik, Prince of Orange-Nassau, landed at Scheveningen beach after sailing from England, where his father - Prince William V - had fled to in 1795 to escape the French. Now, 200 years later, a re-enactment of that historic landing was held.
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