Architectural Landmarks in The Hague

The Hague, the administrative capital of the Netherlands, offers a diverse array of architectural landmarks, each reflecting different periods and styles that narrate the city's evolution from a medieval settlement to a modern metropolis. Among the most notable landmarks are the Binnenhof, a historic complex of buildings dating back to the 13th century, which houses the Dutch Parliament and the Prime Minister's office, and the City Hall, designed by American architect Richard Meier, is a stunning white structure known for its minimalist aesthetics and extensive use of glass.

13th century
Mauritshuis Museum
1633 - 1644, 2012
Escher in Het Paleis
The Passage
1885, 1929
Peace Palace
H&M Bonneterie Store
De Snoeptrommel
The Hague City Hall
1986 - 1995
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