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The Hague is a royal city as the Dutch royal family live and work there. Another popular tourist attraction is Madurodam, Holland in miniature. You can also enjoy a day at the seaside at the 11km-long beach with rows of beach pavilions and shops.
Services to The Hague (Den Haag HS)
The Hague has a wide variety of attractions. Looking for an overall picture of the city and its main historical buildings? Start at the Hofkwartier, the royal district. Come and admire the buildings of the Dutch parliament, “Het Binnenhof”, or the Peace Palace, which is home to the International Court of Justice. And when it comes to the modern parts of The Hague, you should make your way to the “De Resident” district. There, you will be able to see the Zurich Tower, the Muses Tower (Muzentoren), the Transitorium Tower, which has become the “Castalia”, and the Courtyard Tower (Hoftoren).
And if you’d rather go and visit the museums, there are 30 of them in all. Three of these stand out: the Mauritshuis with its superb collection of 17th-century Dutch paintings (including works by Vermeer and Rembrandt), the Gemeentemuseum with its collection of drawings and paintings by Piet Mondriaan and the “Beelden aan Zee” museum, which houses sculptures based on the theme of the human being. And 200 metres from there is the Steigenberger Kurhaus hotel, one of the country’s most prestigious establishments.
The Peace Palace is worth a visit not only for its Flemish neo-Renaissance design, but also for its works of art, such as a massive gate given by Germany, a statue of Peace from Belgium, Gobelins tapestries sent by France, a carpet made under the Turkish empire, a clock given by Switzerland, and examples of teak woodwork from the Dutch East Indies. Since 1945, the palace has housed the International Criminal Court, a genuine court of justice that settles various conflicts with international implications.
Carnegieplein 2, Den Haag
This museum, like the Museum of Photography, is part of The Hague Municipal Museum but nevertheless their programmes are totally separate. At the Museum of Contemporary Art you can see the work of Dutch as well as international artists. It features numerous disciplines, including video installations, paintings and sculpture, multimedia, performance, film, photography, drawing and digital arts. In addition, the museum also hosts presentations, debates and happenings, as well as film and book shows.
Stadhouderslaan 43, 2517 HV Den Haag
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