Tag Archives: Holland

“Help! Whatever happened to Holland-Germany animosity?”

by Hans Pul Place reputations sometimes alter abruptly, but mostly it is a long process in time. Sometimes, place reputation changes take generations. The following article by Joris Luyendijk, a Dutch journalist at The Guardian, deals with this theme from … Continue reading

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Cittaslow in the Netherlands

by Hans Pul In his recent post, Ares introduced the Cittaslow initiative in general, as well as Cittaslow Trani, Italy. Here I will elaborate on Cittaslow in the Netherlands. Currently, there are 4 Cittaslows in the country: Midden-Delfland, Borger-Odoorn, Alphen-Chaam … Continue reading

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Holland Art Cities: cooperation as competitive advantage

by Hans Pul Especially since the Place Branding Conference of last month, the concepts competition and cooperation have been the theme of some recent posts on this blog*. In this post I will follow-up on this topic and discuss some aspects … Continue reading

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