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Why is Holland called the Netherlands?
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According to my knowledge, because the dutch nation famous for its variety of interesting buildings.
answered Aug 10, 2010 by trianswer (22,754 points)
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Holland is only a parth of the Netherlands (like England is a part of Great Britain). Netherlands actualy means "low lying lands" because the coastal part of that country is actually lower than the sea-level.
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