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The Netherlands were the first country to legalize same sex marriage.
The Netherlands have already hosted the Olympics Games.
In 1928, in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands have the lowest average elevation in Europe.
Holland is an other official name for Netherlands.
It's used falsely, because it represents just a part of the country.
The Netherlands are the country of origin of coloured tulips.
They were imported from Turkey.
Vincent Van Gogh was Dutch.
German is a Dutch official language.
The only one is Dutch.
The Netherlands are the country with the tallest people in the world.
The Netherlands share Saint Martin island with the United Kingdom.
The island is shared with France.
The Netherlands are a Republic.
There is a King in the Netherlands: it's a monarchy.
The Netherlands are part of the Benelux.
The Netherlands are the country in Europe with the highest drug consumption.
Many european countries, like Croatia, Belgium and Ireland, have a highest rate.
There are more bicycles than people in Netherlands.
Around 1636-1637, a tulip cost around a whole year of average salary in the Netherlands: it's considered as the first market crash.
A term is used to talk about it: tulip mania.
Guyana is a former Dutch colony.
It was a British one. Suriname was a Dutch colony.
More seriously, as some of you wrote on my previous True or False quizzes, I've tried to put more History facts with the Geography informations and fun facts. I hope you think it's better now. But if it's not the case, please tell it to me. I'm always happy to be able to improve the quality of my quizzes.
Just one thing. St. Maarten is misspelled.
I’ve checked on the web, and it seems we can say (and we actually say most of the time) Saint Martin in English. Can someone confirm it? What do you use?
Wikipedia has it like that
And it's the interest of the question to be debatable. I'll add official i the question. As it, Holland, which is, as you wrote, an informal name, will be totallt excluse. Thanks for the remark!