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Недерлендин Нутг
The Netherlands
Nederland
Уран"Je maintiendrai"  (French)
"Ik zal handhaven"  (Dutch)
"I will endure"[1]
Частр"Het Wilhelmus"
 Недерлендин Нутгин һазр орм  (dark green)

– on the European continent  (light green & dark grey)
– in the European Union  (light green)  —  [Legend]

Хотл Балһсн
(Аһу Ик Балһсн бас)
Amsterdam[2]
52° 19′ N, 05° 33′ E / 52.317, 5.55
Келн Dutch
Орн нутгин улс  80.9% Dutch
19.1% various others
Улсин нерн Dutch
Залвр Parliamentary system,
Constitutional monarchy
 -  Monarch Queen Beatrix
 -  Prime Minister Jan Peter Balkenende (CDA)
Legislature States-General
 -  Upper House Senate
 -  Lower House House of Representatives
Independence through the Eighty Years' War from the Spanish Empire 
 -  Declared 26 July 1581 
 -  Recognized 30 January 1648[3] 
EU accession 25 March 1957
Аһу
 -  Бүклдән 41 526 km2 (135th)
16 033 sq mi 
 -  Усна аһу (%) 18.41
Олн улс
 -  2014 estimate Кевләр:NetherlandsPopCommas[1] (61st)
 -  Олн улсин нигтнь Ошибка выражения: неопознанный символ пунктуации «[»/km2 (28th)
Ошибка выражения: неопознанный символ пунктуации «[»/sq mi
GDP (PPP) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $658.228 billion[2] 
 -  Per capita $39,938[2] 
GDP (nominal) 2009 estimate
 -  Total $794.777 billion[2] 
 -  Per capita $48,223[2] 
HDI (2007) 0.964[3] (very high) (6th)
Currency Euro ()[4] (EUR)
Цагин бус CET (UTC+1)
 -  Summer (DST) CEST (UTC+2)
ТЛД .nl[5]
Calling code 31
1 ^ The literal translation of the motto is "I will maintain," the latter word meaning "to stand firm."
2 ^ While Amsterdam is the constitutional capital, The Hague is the seat of the government.
3 ^ West Frisian is an official language in the Province of Friesland. Dutch Low Saxon and Limburgish are officially recognised as regional languages.
4 ^ Peace of Westphalia
5 ^ Before 2002: Dutch guilder.
6 ^ The .eu domain is also used, as it is shared with other European Union member states.

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  1. Кевләр:Citation
  2. 2,0 2,1 2,2 2,3 Netherlands
  3. Human Development Report 2009. The United Nations. Retrieved 5 October 2009.