Two dozen cultural institutions across the Netherlands have been forced to shut down after being hit hard with funding cuts.
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Dance companies, orchestras, nonprofit art galleries and theatrical companies are among the many Dutch art groups closing their doors due to lack of funding. Despite once having a rich cultural heritage, the 2008 financial crisis hit Holland hard and a mounting vendetta against cultural and artistic spending was launched.