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The Hague (Dutch: Den Haag or 's-Gravenhage; English: The Hedge; ) is located in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. It is the seat of the Dutch government, and the residence of the Queen, although Amsterdam is officially the capital city. The municipality has about 470,000 inhabitants, the urban area about 650,000.
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"Rather than having canals like other Dutch cities, The Hague has streets and avenues which are just a little bit wider than those in the rest of the country, and instead of the typical Dutch renaissance 17th century step-gabled houses, it has 18th century mansions in grand baroque and classicist styles."
"Near The Hague in the neighboring town Voorburg ,Huygens built a small villa, called Hofwijck ( Vitaulium in Latin), meant as a get-away from the Royal Court in The Hague."
"The national capital is Amsterdam, and the national seat of government is The Hague (Den Haag)."
"Amsterdam might be the national capital, but The Hague has always been the seat of national government and the official residence of the Dutch monarchs, whether or not they chose to live there."
"The first restaurant in The Hague that serves foods from whole of the Himalayan Region (Nepalese, Indian and Bhutanese)."
"The Hague -Dutch National Dance Theater; Nederlands Dans Theater."
"The establishment of the Iran-US Claims Tribunal (1981), the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (1993) and the International Criminal Court (2002) in the city further consolidated the role of The Hague as a centre for international legal arbitration."
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Delft is definitely a great city. Like Amsterdam with its canals but in a much smaller size with less people, less tourists and more authentic feeling. Amsterdam was good but Delft was great!
satuandersson1 from Finland wrote about Suomen Merimieskirkko 4 years, 5 months ago
To Finnish travellers this is a good place to stay for the night. Finnish staff with salmiakki and sisu give you tips on how to move around Rotterdam. But there are no shared beds for boys and girls. :) Otherwise the place is cool and laid-back. ~20€/night
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