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by Mique

The 'Royal Palace Noordeinde' is one of many palaces in The Hague. It was build in 1533 and since 1584 it belongs to the Orange family (the Royal Family of the Netherlands). Between 1813 and 1940 it was the home of kings and queens. Now it is a so called "work-palace", where the queen works during the weekdays that she is in town. She also welcomes foreign heads of state and government leaders there. President Clinton for instance in 1998.

The Palace burned down in the second decade of the 20th century. Luckily they rebuild it in the old style.

Address: Noordeinde

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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