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DT June 2011

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Benares |

The holy dip, the numbing feel

Rudolf Sárdi
Aug 2, 2011

Varanasi, also known as Kashi and Benaras, is the cultural capital of India – a mysterious place that has been slightly overlooked by visitors, who set foot in the incredible land of India only to see the majestic Taj Mahal and tick some sights of general interest.

Queen Beatrix of The Netherlands |

Beatrix of The Netherlands

The 20th century became a century reigned by women in The Netherlands. However this might change in the future. At least, this is the wish of 60 percent of the Dutch public. Also, some prefer the monarchy to wield no political influence, whatsoever.

Karácodfa |

The Hollandok in Hungary

Robert H. C. Kemkers
Jul 28, 2011

Hungary seems to attract an increasing Dutch immigration. Let's find out why, from a Dutchman who has been living in Hungary for a while. He's done his own research, found his own answers and agreed to share it with Diplomacy and Trade.


Flower Power

Widely available at modest prices today, tulips are still closely associated with the Netherlands. However, the tulip is not a native Dutch flower. Here's a story on tulips, an ambassador with a green thumb and the practice of tulip speculation.

George Lang | D&T Archive

Gundel re-inventor George Lang dies

Gábor Buday
Jul 12, 2011

Hungarian restaurateur George Lang passed away on the fifth of July in his home in New York City at age of 86. Born in Hungary, he learned music, his fate took him to New York city where he gave up music and got involved in gastronomy.

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