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Capital cities: Amsterdam, The Hague

Area: 16,033 sq miles (41,526 sq km)

Population: 15,800,000

Official language: Dutch

Major religions: Christian 63%, Muslim 3%, %other 34

Government: Multiparty democracy

Currency: Euro

Adult literacy rate: 97%

Life expectancy: 78 years

People per doctor: 303

Televisions: 543 per 1,000 people

THIS SMALL, DENSELY POPULATED country is also referred to as Holland, the name of two of its provinces. In the 16th and 17th centuries, Dutch merchants and sailors traveled far and wide, trading in gold and spices. The empire they established stretched from Southeast Asia to the Caribbean. Trade is still of great importance to the Netherlands today, since several large international companies are Dutch, and exports make up about half the country’s income. The Dutch are known for their tolerance and for their liberal social attitudes.