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Miss Universe Nederland 1993

Miss Universe Nederland 1993
Date March 19, 1993
Venue Auditorium of Maastricht University, Maastricht, Netherlands
Entrants 12
Winner Angelique van Zalen
North Holland
The Miss Universe Nederland 1993 pageant was held on March 19, 1993. This year only 12 candidates are competing for the national crown. The chosen winner will represent the Netherlands at the Miss Universe 1993 . The First Runner Up would enter Miss Europe 1993. The Second Runner Up would enter Miss International 1993.

Contents

  • Results 1
    • Special awards 1.1
  • Delegates 2
  • External links 3

Results

  • Miss Universe Nederland 1993 : Angelique van Zalen (North Holland)
  • 1st Runner Up : Fabiënne de Vries (Flevoland)
  • 2nd Runner Up : Michelle Boekhout (Zeeland)

Top 6

Special awards

  • Miss Photogenic (voted by press reporters) - Fabiënne de Vries (Flevoland)
  • Miss Congeniality (voted by contestants) - Silvia Boone (North Brabant)
  • Best Face - Fabiënne de Vries (Flevoland)

Delegates

External links

  • Miss Universe Nederland 1993 official page
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