Dutch King to open Royal exhibit in Amsterdam palace

King Willem-Alexander will be opening an exhibition of House of Oranje-Nassau portraits in the Royal Palace on Dam Square in Amsterdam on July 1st, the Telegraaf reports. 

The exhibition is titled "Dynasty, portraits of Ornaje-Nassau". It consists of, among other things, family and child portraits, ceremonial portraits and equestrian portraits.

Many of the paintings in the exhibition can already be seen in a permanent exhibition in the palace. But a number of works from Palace Huis ten Bosch will also be part of this exhibition.

The exhibition will be open to the public from July 2nd to September 25th.