The Hague is the third largest city in the Netherlands and home to the royal family. It is also a city with a long history and many wonderful museums and art galleries. The Hague is also an art city, home to many famous Dutch artists.
1.Moritais: an elegant house, built in 1641 in the classical style, is one of the most important museums in the Hague.
2.Binnehoff: in the heart of the Hague’s oldest region, a sprawling complex built around a large central courtyard. With a history dating back to 1250, it was associated with the building of the castle, soon became the residence of the ruling aristocracy, and now has two houses of parliament at the same time. The most important building is the fine hall of knights.
3. Hall of knights: at the eastern end of the central courtyard, the 13th-century hall of knights is a spectacular historical building that is still used every September for receptions and the opening of parliament. The large gothic hall is 40 meters long and 20 meters wide. It has many magnificent stained glass Windows.
4. Noordenburg palace: royal office. The palace is where the current king lives and lives. Every Wednesday morning at the palace, the king receives new ambassadors to the Netherlands. Let a person have to admire Dutch architectural wisdom.