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Yes indeed. The Hague Skyline is one of a kind in the Netherlands. It is a really
If you want to have a nice day, it is less expensive than Amsterdam for instance. By the way the chance to meet friendly local people is bigger in Rotterdam or The Hague than in Amsterdam.
it looks pretty awesome to me. does not remind me of any american city either.
i love the big open plaza and the beautiful bldgs lining it. thats a big city feature i always envy about europe, i like big plazas and they really know how to do plazas (central and south america does too).
Looks to have a totally different feel than the other two big cities, and it should being that it's a center of government, and thus looks more planned, sophisticated, and subdued. Very interesting and beautiful city.
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