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Everyone knows that April 30 is Queen. This national holiday we celebrate each year. But where does it come from and exactly what is actually observed?
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We now go back in time to the time that King William III reigned. Then on August 31, 1889, the birthday of Princess Wilhelmina, was first celebrated Prinsessedag. This party wanted the Liberals to emphasize national unity. After the death of King William III in 1890 was the first Queen celebrated.

When Queen Wilhelmina had reigned the Queen on the last day of school, which quickly became a holiday for children. The celebration of Queen's in 1902 was not really a dance as we know. This was by then Queen Wilhelmina had been seriously ill. The news of her recovery was received with joy that people were celebrating.

In 1948 Princess Juliana was inaugurated as the Queen of the Netherlands and took the tradition of Queen Juliana at her birthday, April 30. During the reign of Queen Juliana was gradually usual on April 30 that everyone was free. For example, on April 30 a national holiday.

Queen Beatrix was inaugurated in 1980 as Queen of the Netherlands and she decided to April 30 to keep the Queen. Although her birthday falls on January 31 they wanted to honor her mother, Princess Juliana, continue to celebrate this day. Well changed the celebration of Queen Beatrix Queen by the country to go with family for the festivities to attend on that day closer to the people are. Each year they visit a city in the Netherlands, where the Queen and her family celebrate Queensday.

This year everything is extra special because in 2005 the Government Silver Jubilee of the Queen is celebrated. The Queen ruled for 25 years now in our country. From late April to mid-December, therefore, additional activities planned.

For us, a good Queen's Day where we can enjoy different delicious festivities across the country. We have fun this year!

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