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The Dutch Golden Age refers to a period in the 17th century during which Dutch science, art, military, and trade were the most acclaimed in the world. Among other things which are said to have helped the economic and cultural age are a monopoly on trade with Japan, the fact that the Dutch dominated trade between European nations, and the proliferation of pioneering art in the region.



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