The striking, beautiful Oude Stadhuis is built in Renaissance style. Because houses used to be built close to each other, there is no square to see.
The Oude Stadhuis, also known as the Old Town Hall, was built in 1564. The Stadhuis is shrouded in Renaissance style. The money for the construction of the Stadhuis was initially intended for the construction of city walls around The Hague. In the end, citizens themselves raised money for the construction of city walls. It is striking that there is no square in front of the Stadhuis. This is because the houses were always built close to each other. Today, the Stadhuis is occasionally used for municipal affairs, such as the declaration of the birth of the princesses. In addition, you can make the civil marriage there and there is an exhibition room and restaurant in the dungeon.
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