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Royal Rarities

Published by Jan Migenda — 12 days ago

Blog: Den Haag
Tags: Erasmus blog The Hague, The Hague, Netherlands

Royal Rarities

This is Noordeinde Palace, built in 1533, and now it has a Classicist facade.

Royal Rarities

Here you see a statue of Wilhelm of Orange, the famous ruler of the Netherlands in the independence wars of the 16th century.

Royal Rarities

Behind these lush flowers you can see partly palaces, partly skyscrapers ... Den Haag is a mixed city between history and modernity!

Royal Rarities

Also, some security buildings are necessary for keeping order in the royal city.


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