Haagse Harry, a cartoon character drawn by Marnix Rueb, can be found as a statue in the middle of The Hague.
The Haagse Harry is a 2.5 meter statue that stands in the middle of the bustling city centre of The Hague. The Dutch cartoon character, drawn by Marnix Rueb, debuted together with nine other characters in a series about a resident of The Hague with a phonetic Haags dialect. Haagse Harry of course lives in The Hague, is unemployed, rude in his mouth but has a heart of gold. The comic strip is spotted with different population groups which creates a comical, stereotype image. In short, Harry can no longer be imagined from The Hague.
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