Favourites RemoveVan Balckeneynde´s house This was the home of city architect and director of town planning Claes Dircx van Balckeneynde.
Favourites RemoveEnglandspiel Four ‘Engelandvaarders’ stood at the foundation of ‘Contact Holland’.
Favourites RemoveThe Fisherman’s Wife of Scheveningen The Fisherman’s Wife of Scheveningen is located next to the Scheveningen boulevard.
Favourites RemoveFishermen Memorial Monument raised to commemorate all Scheveningen fishermen who have not returned from their work.
Favourites RemoveFormer Jewish Orphanage The Jewish orphanage in The Hague was founded in 1849 under the name of the Israeli Orphanage.
Favourites RemoveGay Rights Monument The Hague International An international memorial to commemorate all lesbian women and gay men in the world.
Favourites RemoveGeorge Maduro monument in Madurodam Madurodam houses a scale model of the birth house of Maduro in Curacao from 1895.
Favourites RemoveGothic Hall The Gothic Hall ('Gotische Zaal') is located opposite Noordeinde Palace in city heart of The Hague.
Favourites RemoveGraveyard St. Barbara St. Barbara’s cemetery is a beautiful Catholic graveyard on St. Barbaraweg.
Favourites RemoveDe Groene Valck At the end of the Noordeinde you can see the former inn De Groene Valck.
Favourites RemoveThe Constitution Sofa The constitution sofa, is a monument to commemorate the Dutch Constitution.
Favourites RemoveHaagse Harry Statue of comic hero Harry The Hague a tribute to Marnix Rueb, on the Grote Markt.
Favourites RemoveHeilige Geest courtyard This courtyard was founded in 1616 by the wealthy and the church.
Favourites RemoveHof Van Wouw Hof van Wouw is an oasis of tranquility in the center of The Hague close to the Lange Beestenmarkt.
Favourites RemoveHouse Huguetan This city palace built in 1734 was the temporary residence of William I in 1813.
Favourites RemoveMonument of the Human Mistake This monument commemorates the 550 victims in Bezuidenhout due to a fatal human mistake.