The Hague is a city on the North Sea coast of the western Netherlands. Its Gothic-style Binnenhof (or Inner Court) complex is the seat of the Dutch parliament, and 16th-century Noordeinde Palace is the king’s workplace. The city is also home to the U.N.’s International Court of Justice, headquartered in the Peace Palace, and the International Criminal Court.
The Hague has many faces: international city of peace and justice, Royal residence, European city and multicultural hub. The Netherlands maintains one of the most stable political and social environments in the world. The Hague acts as seat of government although it is not the nation’s capital.
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