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The Hague - Wikipedia

The Hague is a city on the western coast of the Netherlands and the capital of the province of South Holland. With a population of more than 1 million including the suburbs, it is the third-largest city in the Netherlands, after Amsterdam and Rotterdam. The Rotterdam The Hague Metropolitan Area, with a population of
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The Hague 2017: Best of The Hague, The Netherlands Tourism

In a quirky Dutch-ism, Amsterdam may be the official capital of the Netherlands, but it's The Hague (Den Haag) where the government sits (along with several international courts, for which the city's best known). Cosmopolitan and cultured, The Hague is Holland's third-largest town, with just under 500,000 people.
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Visit The Hague - The best things to do - Holland.com

Read all about The Hague here: a beautiful city with its Binnenhof, Peace Palace, and museums like Mauritshuis. And don't forget the Scheveningen beach.
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The Top 10 Things to Do in The Hague 2017 - Must See Attractions

Book your tickets online for the top things to do in The Hague, The Netherlands on TripAdvisor: See 25877 traveler reviews and photos of The Hague tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in December. We have reviews of the best places to see in The Hague. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.
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4 Things You Should Know About The Hague | HuffPost

"The Hague" conjures up myriad and often mysterious images for people. Some envision international judges in long robes, presiding over somber crimina
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The Hague Travel and City Guide - Netherlands Tourism

The Hague (in Dutch: Den Haag) is the capital city of the province South Holland. With over 500 thousand inhabitants it is the third largest city of the Netherlands (after Amsterdam and Rotterdam). The Dutch government and parlement are located in The Hague, this might seem strange as The Hague is not the capital city of
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The Hague travel - Lonely Planet

Explore The Hague holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | The Netherlands' third-largest city, Den Haag, is a stately, regal place filled with embassies and mansions, green boulevards and parks, a refined culinary scene, a clutch of fine museums and a sybaritic cafe culture. Conversely, its seaside suburb
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Den Haag - Home

The English website of the Municipality of The Hague with extensive information about the international city for residents, students and companies and organisations.
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The Hague - Wikitravel

The Hague [http://www.denhaag.com] (Dutch: Den Haag or 's-Gravenhage) is a city in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. It is the seat of the Dutch parliament and government, and the residence of King Willem-Alexander, but it is not the capital city, which is Amsterdam. The municipality has about 500000
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The Hague | History, Geography, Court, & Points of Interest

28 Sep 2017 The Hague, Dutch 's-Gravenhage or Den Haag, French La Haye, seat of government of the Netherlands. It is situated on a coastal plain, with the city centre just inland from the North Sea. The Hague is the administrative capital of the country and the home of the court and government, though Amsterdam is
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The Hague - Wiktionary

Etymology[edit]. From the French translation (confused with La Hague) of Dutch Den Haag, related to 's-Gravenhage, from des Graven hage (1400s), literally, "the Count's hedge," i.e., the Count's hedge-enclosed hunting grounds. Pronunciation[edit]. (UK) IPA: /ðə ˈheɪɡ/. Proper noun[edit]. The Hague. A city and capital of
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Hague Print - Hague Print | Specialists in Printing Solutions

Hague Print are one of the UK's leading print management companies, offering a wide and advanced range of printing solutions.
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Royal Conservatoire The Hague: Home

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