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Bit difficult to see the street in all its' glory as there was an International Embassy festival going on, which meant it was covered with stalls from lots of different countries, as well as 2/3 stages for entertainment. Was fun though.
Very peaceful, quite place to enjoy a relaxing walk in the shady tree lined (very old trees) park. That is when there isn't a market. Enjoyed walking past all the buildings and identifying the special ones- embassies, church that contributes to the history. People enjoyed...More
The Lange Voorhout is a L shaped street in the old city centre of The Hague and a few minutes walk from Binnenhof. It's a well-to-do district of Den Haag and a pretty tree lined avenue home to many fine buildings and even finer embassies....More
Lange Voorhout is an L shaped avenue lined with 18th to early 20th century buildings, including the Voorhout Palace, which now houses the M.C. Escher Museum.
This avenue is beautiful in summer when its many trees are full of green leaves. Along with the historic...More
'Het Lange Voorhout' is an L-shaped boulevard and square in the center of The Hague. Stately buildings often embassies line the allee and plaza where there are often (modern) art exhibitions. Sand sculptures when I visited. Many tall trees ('hout' means wood) provide shade and...More
This is a very nice long boulevard to take a stroll especially heading towards the Escher Palace/Musuem. In the weekends, there is an antique market here. There used to be some art/sculpture work, but this seems to have gone - not sure if new ones...More