LEEUWARDEN – When visiting the ‘Princessehof National Museum of Ceramics’, here in Leeuwarden, you can basically expect to travel the world through time. Instead of only showing ceramics you can learn about the history of it, especially how the Dutch ceramic become popular. More
Annemaaike Bakker plays the female lead character in the production “de Stormruiter”, based on a novel by Theodor Storm. “De Stormruiter”, is presented to the audience from September until October 2018 in the WTC Expo in Leeuwarden, which is especially created for Cultural Capital 2018 Leeuwarden-Fryslân. The story themes are the fight against water and the formation of the Friesian Horse. I had the opportunity to get Annemaaike on the phone and talked with her about her life and her love for the theatre. More
For everyone who attempts to visit or stay in the Netherlands, you should know what to avoid and how to make it correctly. This guide for perfect behaviour in the Netherlands will help you to survive the Dutch society, as seen through the eyes of a German student.
LEEUWARDEN – “There is another thing I ask you to keep in mind, and that is that Mata Hari and Madame Zelle McLeod are two completely different women. (…) What Mata Hari- the dancer- is allowed, is forbidden to Madame Zelle McLeod. What happens to Mata Hari, does not affect Madame Zelle. Who turns to one, does not turn to the other one”. – Margaretha, 1917 More
LEEUWARDEN – The exhibition Mata Hari – the Myth and the Maiden – at Fries Museum in Leeuwarden tells the story of Margaretha Zelle alias Mata Hari alias agent H21. The exhibition in this nature will last until 2nd April 2018. More
Hi! My name is Rica Kenning; I am 23 years old and come from a small village in Germany. After I finished school I went to the UK for a year as an Au Pair to grow English skills. After that year I started studies in Germany but missed the international atmosphere, as I had in the UK. More
“He is not proud. I was wrong, I was entirely wrong about him. You don’t know him, Papa. If I told you what he’s really like, what he’s done.” This quote from Pride and Prejudice should lead you through this article about the Friesian horse. Further, this quote shows you exactly what we see when looking at the Friesian horse.