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Electricity Converter from USA

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I read in The Rough Guide to the Netherlands that electrical equipment from the US need a converter plus an adapter. Is this true? I have two adapters - one says Europe and another set has two -one for northern Europe and one for southern Europe. The northern Europe prongs are fatter.

What kind of converter do I need and I am assuming I need the northern Europe adapter?

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