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Northern part of Scheveningen Beach
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The Hague beach: a vibrant place to be for swinming but also stroling, dining and dancing.
Great beach. Especially in the summer there are a lot of beach bars. But also in wintertime it is a great place to go and have a nice stroll or 'uitwaaien' in Dutch.
Visit the beach for a nice stroll along the coast line or visit the old village of Scheveningen. Nice to see: Scheveningen Harbour!
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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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“Beautiful park for a stroll. Dont forget to walk past the Royal Palace 'Huis ten Bosch'. ”
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“Best Thai in The Hague and many local dishes available. Reasonable prices, a small indoor playground for kids”
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“Madurodam is a unique attraction in The Hague. You discover the Dutch cultural heritage and all the highlights of Holland. Madurodam is divided into various themed areas such as urban, wet and resourceful. Madurodam is famous for the exact replicas of famous Dutch buildings and structures, on a scale of 1:25. But there is much more to do. In this small big city you learn everything about the fascinating cultural heritage of the Netherlands through multimedia displays and interactive installations. There are even 17 giant tulips to pose with. Learn all about Dutch history. Why do Dutch people wear clogs? Why are windmills so important? And how did the Dutch succeed in building this country from sea level? You will receive the answers to these questions during a visit to Madurodam. Visit the interactive installations and discover centuries-old canal houses, tulip fields, cheese markets, a wooden shoe factory, windmills, the Peace Palace, the Delta Works and much more!”
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“The town hall has some note-worthy neighbors including the New Church, the Plein and the Spuistraat shopping area. City Hall is open for visitors every day but Sunday.The Hague City Hall This more modern landmark is known by a number of names. The Town Hall of The Hague is a white building with a large glass atrium. Due to its white appearance, locals nicknamed it the Ice Palace. In comparison to the numerous historical buildings in The Hague, finished in the mid-90s, it’s a fairly new addition to the landscape. It was designed by American Richard Meier. The large Atrium (4,500 square meters or more than 48,000 square feet) hosts events and exhibitions throughout the year. Spui 70, 2511 BT Den Haag Openingstijden: zondag Gesloten maandag 07:00–20:30 dinsdag 07:00–19:00 woensdag 07:00–19:00 donderdag 07:00–21:30 vrijdag 07:00–19:00 zaterdag 09:30–17:00 Bewerking voorstellen”
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