The Hague is the third largest city in the Netherlands and has a massive expat population and an intriguing history. As well as being the seat of government, it’s famous for being an international hub, due to the United Nations, the headquarters of the International Criminal Court, the Peace Palace and many other important landmarks that put The Hague on the world map.
Interesting buildings in The Hague
In The Hague, there are buildings that broke new ground in Dutch history due to their social and political context, others for their visual aesthetics, as well as buildings with royal status. The skyline of the Hague and its surrounding areas is easy on the eye and some of the buildings would surprise you. It’s easy to spot interesting buildings on any given day out in The Hague, whether modern skyscrapers or royal palaces. Here are a few fascinating ones: