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The Hague Travel Guide  

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Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : The architectural style of the buildings in The Hague is quite different from the typical style in the other cities of the country. Madurodam is one of the most popular attractions of the city; it is a park which houses... more miniatures of all the important structures of Netherlands. The Binnenhof used to be a medieval castle which has now been converted into a complex housing several buildings; the prime minister’s office and the Dutch throne occupy two of the buildings. The Lange Voorhout is an unusual street flanked by buildings which served as residences to the royalty in the past. The Paleis Lange Voorhout is the most striking royal residence; it now serves as a museum. Scheveningen which used to be a fishing village is now the beach district of The Hague. Delft a beautiful medieval period town, which has preserved most of its original architecture and has a well planned network of canals, makes for an interesting day trip.
Prasit Gajakor
Level 9     1 Trophy   
Overall rating 7
Overall Guide : Quiet place in 1986 I don't know much about the hague now. I have not seen it since December 1986.
Overall rating 8
Overall Guide : Good for change
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