Let me share my stories about a foreigner’s life in this glorious town. This one goes out to all the fun-loving and outgoing expat and non-expat girls living, loving and partying in Amsterdam! As good-looking as Dutch males might be, they are somehow seriously accursed. And yet, believe it or not, I know that plenty of expat girls would leap for joy if Dutch guys could at least give them a lame ‘YOU!
Have you ever wondered how on earth Dutch guys manage to get laid? Not because I think Dutch men aren’t handsome enough. At least all of my girlfriends from abroad would probably kill for being surrounded by that many tall and well-built males every day.
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Photos from The website published by Dutch News BV Utrecht is a medieval city that buzzes with young energy, partly due to its university.
Another significant period was the signing of The Treaty of Utrecht by several European states in 1713.
This marked an end to hostilities and a reinstitution of a balance of power between the players.
Brief History The founding date for Utrecht is usually denoted by the construction of a Roman camp sometime around 50CE.