Noordeinde Palace The Hague

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Noordeinde Palace The Hague is the workplace and official seat of the Dutch King Willem Alexander of Orange.
Today, the 16th-century palace mainly serves for representational purposes, such as the reception of state guests.
The king is present when the Orange flag is in the top.
The palace cannot be visited, but the gardens behind it are open to the public.
Moreover, the palace is located at Noordeinde, one of the most beautiful shopping miles of The Hague. And the covered Passage from 1880 is also not far. Here you meet Parisian chic with fashionable flagship stores.