Dutch Houses Of Parliament
Dutch Houses Of Parliament
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NIKON D80
26-05-2007
Located in the centre of The Hague, the Dutch Houses of Parliament consist of a group of buildings dating from the 13th to 20th centuries, erected around the Inner Court (Binnenhof) and reflected on one side in the still water of the picturesque Court Pond (Hofvijver). The Dutch parliament is called de Staten-Generaal (the States-General). It consists of two chambers, the Senate and the House of Representatives, which sit in separate chambers.

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