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This is the working palace of the King and Queen. It is modest, but beautiful, in the middle of a pretty nice, but expensive, street with boutique shops.
This is our King's palace where he works and hosts dignitaries from other countries.
Noordeinde 68, 2514 GL Den Haag Noordeinde Palace is closed to the public, but the gardens are open daily from sunrise until sunset. Admission is freeNoordeinde Palace Although the Dutch royal family has a total of four palaces throughout the Netherlands, including one in Amsterdam, today the royals…
Noordeinde Palace is one of the three official palaces of the Dutch royal family. Located in The Hague in the province of South Holland, it has been used as the "working palace" for King Willem-Alexander since 2013.
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“Der Friedenspalast im Haag wurde 1913 im Stil der Neorenaissance errichtet. Er ist Sitz des Int. Gerichtshofs, des ständigen Schiedshofs u. der Haager Akademie für Völkerrecht.”
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“ A mouse as guard for the girl with the Pearl? Go and look in the Golden Room ......... in your room is a book about Maurice's mouse.”
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“Kunstmuseum Den Haag (formerly Gemeentemuseum), designed by Dutch architect Hendrik Berlage is a milestone in contemporary architecture. The museum is most especially known for Mondriaan's work. This collection includes his early, realistic pieces as well as the piece de resistance, Victory Boogie Woogie.”
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“H.W. Mesdag malte im Haag 1881 dieses Panorama von Scheveningen. Das Gemälde beeindruckt mit 120 m Länge und 14 m Höhe. In 360°- Rundumsicht genießt man die Aussicht von damals. ”
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“The Binnenhof is the oldest parlamentary building still used for its original purpose. The Dutch PM works here, in the so-called 'torentje' - little tower, on the corner next to the Mauritshuis. Soon to be closed for a decennia-long restauration. It is truly the centerpoint of Dutch political history. A must see / walk-through. Next to the Binnenhof you will find the Plein - with many cafés and restaurants. In the afternoons and evenings filled with politicians, staff and everybody else connected to national politics. In the small shopping street, Korte Poten 24, you will find the Wiener Konditorei, a tiny place still the same since the 1930's, with the bakery on the first floor. Just to show that lagging behind our times means you'll be the front runner the following wave. Excellent quality. I am donor to the cause by having the Mohnkuche when I'm there - made of poppy-seed. ”
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