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Adventures in Malieveld (Or: The Hague skyline)

Last week Marco and I visited Malieveld, a large grass field near Central Station which hosts everything from festivals to carnivals and even (pre-approved) protests and demonstrations. 49 more words

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Rrrollend Den Haag (Or: Food trucks... and books)

Yesterday Marco and I had a quick look at the Rrrollend food truck festival at the Lange Voorhout (next to Buitenhof).

The first thing you see when you enter the festival is stacks of books, which caught my eye enough to take a few photos of them: 7 more words

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Palace Garden (Or: Enjoying a day off)

As I mentioned in my last blog post, Thursday was a holiday here in the Netherlands – Ascension Day (40 days after Easter). It was also Liberation Day ( 176 more words

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Rain rain go away (Or: Life I Live festival in The Hague)

King’s day was on Wednesday this year, which meant that the Life I Live festival took place the night before. In short, the night before the holiday the center of the city closes down for the festival, with various music stages set up around the area. 118 more words

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Voting in The Hague (Or: The Ukraine referendum)

Marco and I went to a voting center in the neighborhood to vote on the Ukraine referendum (ABC news – English). Well, he voted – I can’t yet. 259 more words

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Hop on, hop off (Or: New tourist tram in The Hague)

In June of this year, The Hague will begin a hop-on, hop-off tram service aimed at tourists (Article: English | Dutch).

From the English article: “The Tourist Tram, in historical cream with a green trim, is launching in June. 200 more words

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And the lights are on (Or: Den Hag Verlicht)

As I mentioned in my previous post, tonight was “Den Haag Verlicht” – the celebration of the Grote Marktstreet’s revitalization by turning on the lights. 45 more words

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