"Plein 1813 - Square 1813" Top 5 Page for this destination Royal The Hague Tip by Airpunk

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  The monument in the middle of Plein 1813
by Airpunk

Plein 1813 is the center of a former complex which was the residence of Willem I. The monument, which dominates the square, was built in the 19th century to remember the end of the french occupation in 1813.

Today, the area is surrounded by ebassy buildings and villas, but the monument and the square are still impressive.

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  • Written Sep 13, 2005
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