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9 June 2014
Dutch streets turn orange again, awaiting replay of last WC final

This coming Friday the Dutch national football team will play a replay of the last World Cup final against world champion Spain. As usual the Dutch are getting ready to watch this vital opening match. Throughout the Netherlands streets compete in creating the wildest orange decorations and outfits.


One of the most orange streets in the Netherlands is the Irenestraat in Goirle a small town in the South of the Netherlands. The inhabitants cover most of their houses in orange plastic, the street is covered with thousands of orange flags flapping nervously in the wind.

 

But there are many other wildly decorated streets in the Netherlands, where the inhabitants will support the first exciting opening match of the world cup 2014 dressed in crazy outfits. Will the Dutch football team manage to take revenge after losing the world cup last time?




 

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