Gardens of The Hague (Or: Hidden places)

A few weeks ago I went on a tour of The Hague which was organized by Gilde Den Haag’s SamenSpraak program. It was pretty cool – I think we hit about 10-12 spots in The Hague which weren’t that well known. Here are some random pictures from the gardens:

garden in The Hague

A bit chaotic, but a pretty garden none the less.

small garden and statue in The Hague

This sort of reminds me of a typical American background (well, typical for those who like to do some landscaping).

tree in The Hague

A cool tree – though to me it looks more like an old man who is having trouble staying upright. Or me on a wild hair day…

 

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