There were 6,065,459 inhabitants in Netherlands at 2006. In the Netherlands there are four Dutch cities that form the Randstard, a conurbation with the largest cities of Holland, like Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.
The important buildings and sites
In Holland there are many important buildings like “The White house”, an architectural landmark in Europe. The Queen of the Netherlands lives in a royal residence called Huis ten Bosch Palace, located in the north eastern part of the Dutch city Den Haag. There are too most important churches like the Dom tower of Utrecht, because it’s the tallest church with 112.5m in Holland; And one of the most beautiful churches in The Netherlands is the Hertogenbosch St John’s Cathedral built in Brabant’s Gothic style, an we can find it at Hertogenbosch city.
The most important science center s nemo, nemo is the biggest science center in the Netherlands. In latin nemo means “nobody”. It’s also important the NAI in Rotterdam, it’s the Netherlands Architecture Institute.
Some important features are: The Vaalserberg (“Mount Vaals”) is a hill 322.7 metres (1,059 ft) high and the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands; the largest national park in Holland, De Biesbosch one of last freshwater tidal areas in Europe; and the polders, a polder is a low-lying tract of land enclosed by embankments known as dikes, that forms an artificial hydrological entity, meaning it has no connection with outside water other than through man operated devices.