Situated in South Holland (Dutch: Zuid-Holland), The Hague (Dutch: ‘s-Gravenhage or Den Haag) is the third biggest city in the Netherlands after Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Starting at 2006, the city had a populace of 475,580.
The Hague is the seat of government, however not the authority capital of the Netherlands, as the Dutch constitution holds that position for Amsterdam. By and by the both the upper (Dutch: Eerste Kamer), and lower (Dutch: Tweede Kamer) offices of the Dutch parliament (Dutch: Staten Generaal), the Supreme Court (Dutch: Hoge Raad der Nederlanden), the Council of State (Dutch: Raad van State), all administration services, every single unfamiliar international safe haven, and the home of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, are all in The Hague.
Just as the being the focal point of the Dutch government, The Hague is likewise a significant place for global associations, especially those identifying with legitimate issue. Global associations situated in The Hague incorporate the European Police Office (Europol), the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Tribunal for the previous Yugoslavia (ICTY), the International Criminal Court (ICC) and the Permanent Court of Arbitration. Accordingly, the city is here and there portrayed as the “lawful capital of the world”, or the “global city of harmony and equity”.
There are numerous tourist spots and galleries in The Hague. A few destinations that you will need to visit include:
– The Escher Museum (Dutch: Escher in het Paleis) – An exhibition hall including crafted by the Dutch craftsman M. C. Esher.
– Madurodam – A smaller than expected Dutch city based on a 1:25 scale.
– Mauritshuis – A craftsmanship display including crafted by numerous popular Dutch specialists.
– Panorama Mesdag – An enormous all encompassing artwork painted by the Dutch craftsman, Hendrik Willem Mesdag, which is housed in an uncommonly fabricated exhibition hall.