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Queen Beatrix will pass the crown to her eldest son Willem-Alexander on Tuesday, making him the first king of the Netherlands in over 120 years, and the Dutch are getting ready for a party.Orange, the royal color, is everywhere. Houses are covered in bunting and flags. Shop windows are stuffed with orange cakes, sweets, clothes and flowers.April 30, or Queen's Day, is always a day for partying in

Queen Beatrix will pass the crown to her eldest son Willem-Alexander on Tuesday, making him the first king of the Netherlands in over 120 years, and the Dutch are getting ready for a party.

Orange, the royal color, is everywhere. Houses are covered in bunting and flags. Shop windows are stuffed with orange cakes, sweets, clothes and flowers.

April 30, or Queen's Day, is always a day for partying in the Netherlands. But this year the city of Amsterdam is putting on a special show to celebrate the investiture of the 46-year-old king and the abdication of his 75-year-old mother who wants to retire after 33 years in the job.

Queen Beatrix will pass the crown to her eldest son Willem-Alexander on Tuesday, making him the first king of the Netherlands in over 120 years, and the Dutch are getting ready for a party.

Orange, the royal color, is everywhere. Houses are covered in bunting and flags. Shop windows are stuffed with orange cakes, sweets, clothes and flowers.

April 30, or Queen's Day, is always a day for partying in the Netherlands. But this year the city of Amsterdam is putting on a special show to celebrate the investiture

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of the 46-year-old king and the abdication of his 75-year-old mother who wants to retire after 33 years in the job.

Queen Beatrix will pass the crown to her eldest son Willem-Alexander on Tuesday, making him the first king of the Netherlands in over 120 years, and the Dutch are getting ready for a party.

Orange, the royal color, is everywhere. Houses are covered in bunting and flags. Shop windows are stuffed with orange cakes, sweets, clothes and flowers.

April 30, or Queen's Day, is always a day for partying in the Netherlands. But this year the city of Amsterdam is putting on a special show to celebrate the investiture of the 46-year-old king and the abdication of his 75-year-old mother who wants to retire after 33 years in the job.

Queen Beatrix will pass the crown to her eldest son Willem-Alexander on Tuesday, making him the first king of the Netherlands in over 120 years, and the Dutch are getting ready for a party.

Orange, the royal color, is everywhere. Houses are covered in bunting and flags. Shop windows are stuffed with orange cakes, sweets, clothes and flowers.

April 30, or Queen's Day, is always a day for partying in the Netherlands. But this year the city of Amsterdam is putting on a special show to celebrate the investiture of the 46-year-old king and the abdication of his 75-year-old mother who wants to retire after 33 years in the job.