Wednesday, February 4, 2009

The Hague 9. The Inner Court

Where the city began, the inner court, the building you see is the former hunting castle from the middle ages. This building which looks like a church is the 'crown hall'. I believe it is really used ones a year. It is also called the 'knights hall'.
I am not particular fond of this image. It is very iconic for Dutch politics. It is symbol for political The Hague. Every Dutch person will recognize it immediately. Dutch politics is really not interesting, in my point of view... So we will quickly move from this place!

1 comment:

Rambling Round said...

I thought this place looked medieval! Beautiful building even if you don't care for the politics.