The Dutch Comic Museum in Groningen will stay open in its current location. With the help of the municipality and local entrepreneurs, the museum will be able to bridge over the three years until the planned relocation to the Grote Markt, where the culture house Groninger Forum will be built.
The recent discovery of a gold-and silver treasure in Echt, Limburg, is casting new light on the collapse of the Roman Empire in the Netherlands, around 411 AD.
A treasure trove of coins dating back to the early Middle-Ages has been discovered under the Domplein in Utrecht.
An amateur archaeologist has found a bracelet from the Bronze Age (1000-800 B.C.) in Limburg. Bracelets from this period in human history are very rare, and none have ever been found in The Netherlands.
The Rembrandt painting Child with a soap-bubble has been recovered, 15 years after it was stolen from a museum in Draguignan.
Archaeological finds collected over 25 years by Leiden University researchers in Syria may have been plundered, the University announces.
'The Last Judgement', a triptych from the 16th century, can from next year be seen for the first time in history outside of Leiden.