What better way to get to know The Hague than through its pride and joy? This excellent museum showcases masterpieces of Dutch art in a magnificent setting. The elegant edifice, built in 1640 for Count Johan Maurits van Nassau, is illustrated by a series of small rooms hung with silk and lit by crystal chandeliers. A matchless insight into the life of a wealthy 17C family, the graceful house bears witness to the importance of the "Dutch Golden Age" in the history of art.
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