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File photo dated March 16, 2015 of King Willem-Alexanderof Netherlands at the Louwman Museum's restored glass coach glazen poets in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 15, 2015 of Queen Maxima of The Netherlands during the Budget Day 2015 at Noordeinde Palace in The Hague, The Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 20, 2016 of Queen Maxima and King Willem-Alexander arrive with the Glazen Koets at the Knights on Budget Day prior to the throne speech in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 20, 2016 of King Willem-Alexander arrives with the Glazen Koets at the Knights on Budget Day prior to the throne speech in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 18, 2018 of King Willem-Alexander and Queen Maxima attending Budget Day in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 20, 2016 of Queen Maxima arrives with the Glazen Koets at the Knights on Budget Day prior to the throne speech on in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 20, 2016 of Queen Maxima arrives with the Glazen Koets at the Knights on Budget Day prior to the throne speech on in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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File photo dated September 18, 2018 of Queen Maxima arrives with the Glazen Koets at the Knights on Budget Day in The Hague, Netherlands. King Willem-Alexander has announced that Dutch royals will cease using a historic golden carriage amid a debate over slavery links. Critics say that one side of the horse-drawn carriage, called De Gouden Koets, is decorated with an image that glorifies the country's colonial past. Out of use since 2015, the carriage has traditionally been used to carry Dutch monarchs to the opening of parliament. The move comes amid an ongoing debate in the country over its history. Photo by Robin Utrecht/ABACAPRESS.COM

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