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Baruch Spinoza (1632-1677) tombstone, Den Haag

Den Haag, Willem and Joan Blaeu, Toneel der Steden, 1652, Koninklijke Bibliotheek.jpg

Gouden Hooft inn built 1423, Den Haag

Hofvijver, Binnenhof, Den haag

Hofwijck Museum, residence of Constantijn Huygens (1641), Voorburg

Hofwijck Museum, residence of Constantijn Huygens (1641), Voorburg

Hofwijck Museum, residence of Constantijn Huygens (1641), Voorburg

Hofwijck Museum, residence of Constantijn Huygens (1641), Voorburg

Hofwijck Museum, residence of Constantijn Huygens (1641), Voorburg

Huis den Bosch, 1645, now Royal Palace, Den Haag

Huis den Bosch, Orange Hall, (1648-51) in 1752, Den Haag

Huis den Bosch, Orange Hall, 1648-51, Den Haag

Huis den Bosch, Orange Hall, 1648-51, Den Haag

Johan de Witt (1625-72) House, Den Haag

Johan de Witt (1625-72), Den Haag

Johan Oldenbarneveldt (1547-1619) House, Den Haag

Johan van Oldenbarneveldt (1547-1619), Den Haag

Lynching of the Brothers De Witt, 1672, Pieter de Frits, Haags Historisch Museum

Mauritshuis (Maurits Museum), Johannes van Hove, 1825

Mauritshuis and Dutch Cabinet building (on right), Den Haag

Maurtishuis (Maurits Museum), 1641, Den Haag

Maurtishuis (Maurits Museum), 1641, Den Haag

Nieuwe Kerk, 1649, Den Haag

Noordeinde Palace (1533-1640), Orange-Nassau residence, Den Haag

Old Town Hall (1564-1733), Den Haag

Old Town Hall (1564-1733), Den Haag

Peace Palace-International Court, 1913, Den Haag

Ridderzaal (Knights or Great Hall), 1248-80, Den Haag

Ridderzaal (Knights or Great Hall), 1248-80, Den Haag

Stadholder Gate, 1600, Binnenhof, Den Haag

View of Den Haag from the South-east, 1650-51,Jan van Goyen, Haags Historisch Museum

William of Orange (The Silent), 1533-1584, Den Haag

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