Learn Dutch with Online Magazines

Welcome to our online magazine pages, featuring online magazines, journals and other electronic print formats from countries all over the world! For those who are expanding or refining their knowledge of a language, or those who want to keep up their skills at a certain level of proficiency, the availability of texts in another language is a prerequisite. 

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Magazine/newsletter of astronomy and astrophysics. 

Dutch language kids magazine published by Sanoma. 
Recipes, groceries, and shopping magazine. 
Eigen Huis Magazine
Monthly home magazine with the latest home news, economic developments, and the best gadgets. 
Political magazine covering current events, politics, business, science, technology, and the world. 

De Groene Amsterdammer
Independent Dutch weekly newsmagazine, focusing on philosophy, politics, literature and the liberal arts. 
HP/De Tijd
Politics, current events, science and technology, and social issues of the moment. 
Auto racing and tourism magazine. 
Dutch magazine for home living and recreation, with sections on food, travel and entertainment, beauty, fashion, housing, with book club, forums, and games. 
Magazine of home living, beauty, food, and leisure. 
Reviews of digital electronics, lifestyle and innovation. 
Mikro Gids
Entertainment and media news. 
Mainstream Dutch feminist monthly magazine devoted to women and women's issues, including lifestyle sections. 
Power Unlimited
Dutch multi-format computer and video games magazine. 
Sterrenkunde in Nederland
Information about the stars, the planets and the rest of the universe created by the Youth Group for Astronomy. 
Villa d'Arte
Reviews and articles on home living and recreation. 
Voetbal International
Sports magazine devoted to football (soccer). 
Het Volkskrant Magazine
Magazine spinoff from De Volkskrant, a popular daily morning newspaper. 
Vrij Nederland
Politics and current events of the day. 
Women's magazine focusing on lifetyle and daily living. 

Online magazines and journals fill this need in a useful manner, for they present modern prose with a more challenging vocabulary than that found in newspapers, presenting ideas and information with more depth and analysis, and using greater vocabulary and stylistic fluency