Rem, Paul - "Royal houses in The Hague"

Rem, Paul - \"Royal houses in The Hague\"
The Palaces of the Royal House of Orange have been the setting for royal life for more than four hundred years. They are a symbol of stadtholder and later royal power. We know Noordeinde Palace and Huis ten Bosch as the functional palaces, but from the moment that the first "Orange" stadholder decided to live in the Binnenhof in 1585, the number of royal residences increased to the dozens. From monumental palaces to rural villas and even an 'ordinary' terraced house. It has made The Hague the elegant court city it still is today. In 'Royal houses in The Hague', Paul Rem tells about the glorious history of the royal residences in The Hague and their inhabitants. Hardback edition, in Dutch, fully illustrated, 256 pages.
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