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-{{Template}}[[Avant-garde]] from the [[Netherlands]]+{{Template}}
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==Literature== ==Literature==
*[[Tachtigers]] *[[Tachtigers]]
 +*[[Simon Vinkenoog]]
== Visual arts == == Visual arts ==
*[[De Stijl]] *[[De Stijl]]
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*[[Holland Dada]] *[[Holland Dada]]
-== Literature == 
-*[[Simon Vinkenoog]] 
== Music == == Music ==
*[[Tom Dissevelt]] and [[Dick Raaijmakers]] *[[Tom Dissevelt]] and [[Dick Raaijmakers]]
-== See also ==+ 
-*[[Dutch counterculture]] [http://www.google.be/search?hl=nl&q=%22Dutch+counterculture%22&meta= "Dutch counterculture"]+
-**[[Dutch avant-garde]] [http://www.google.be/search?hl=nl&q=%22Dutch+avant-garde%22&meta= "Dutch avant-garde"]+
-**[[Dutch underground]] [http://www.google.be/search?hl=nl&q=%22Dutch+underground%22&meta= "Dutch underground"]+
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