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The Old City Hall is an old building. So old, in fact, its beginnings go as far back as the 16th century. It is a lovely Renaissance style building and adds colour and character not only to the area but the whole city.
It’s nice to aee the typical architecture of the city, you can find restaurants and lots of stores, you can walk easily, it doesn’t get that crowded, but there’s a serious problem (in all Europe apparently) and is the lack of public toilets, you even...More
In the centre of The Hague is The Old City Hall which is a hugely attractive building of Renaissance style. It used to be where the city’s government was based but it is still used for ceremonies. The building was built in 1565 and was...More
During our stay in Holland last spring, we also visited Den Haag or the Hague, political center of the Netherlands. We started our exploring of the Hague with the building of Old City Hall or old Town Hall.It is a Renaissance style building on the...More
Het Oude Stadhuis dating from 1560 was build before the Hague grow in importance and twice moved it's town-hall furter away from the centre.Nowadays in use for weddings and located in the shopping district.