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Hague (Netherlands)

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    • L'Aja (Netherlands)
    • Haye, La (Netherlands)
    • La Haye (Netherlands)
    • Gravenhage, 's- (Netherlands)
    • 's-Gravenhage (Netherlands)
    • Gravenhaghe (Netherlands)
    • Graven-Haghe (Netherlands)
    • Haag (Netherlands)
    • The Hague (Netherlands)
    • Haye (Netherlands)
    • Aja, L' (Netherlands)
    • Den Haag (Netherlands)
    • Gaaga, (Netherlands)
    • Haga Comitis (Netherlands)
    • L'Aia (Netherlands)
    • Aia, L' (Netherlands)
    • Haya, La (Netherlands)
    • La Haya (Netherlands)
  • Additional Information

    • Descriptor

        Cities and towns
    • Descriptor

        Capitals (Cities)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Netherlands
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  • Sources

    • found: De taal van "Den Haag", 1981.
    • found: Synopsis praxeos civilis, 1631:t.p. (caption on panoramic view: s.Gravenhaghe; in imprint: 'sGraven-Haghe)
    • found: Konsulʹtativnyĭ kruglyĭ stol "Mezhdunarodnyĭ opyt uregulirovanii︠a︡ ėtno-politicheskikh konfliktov", 1995:p. 4 (Gaaga, Niderlandy)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 18, 2013:(The Hague; officially 's-Gravenhage (originally meant "The Count's Wood"); is the capital city of the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. As of 1 November 2012 it is the third largest city of the Netherlands. The Hague is the seat of the Dutch government and parliament, the Supreme Court, and the Council of State, but the city is not the capital of the Netherlands which constitutionally is Amsterdam)
    • found: Districts of the Hague, viewed June 18, 2013:(The Dutch city of The Hague consists of eight districts (stadsdelen, singular stadsdeel). Each district is divided into subdistricts (wijken). Each of these stadsdelen has its own office (stadsdeelkantoor), where most of the local government activity is organized. Created in 1988 by the main city government the division of The Hague into wijken and buurten (neighborhoods) deviates from the 1953 divisions that had been known to many residents)
    • found: web page, Apr. 1, 2015:(Haga Comitis vulgo 's-Graven-Hage, on map of 1690)
    • found: CIA The world factbook website, August 12, 2015(under Netherlands: capital: Amsterdam; note - The Hague is the seat of government)
    • found: Rolando in Paradiso, 2013:t.p. (L'Aia) p. 3 (Koninklijke Bibliotheek de L'Aia)
    • found: Espacio para la infancia, noviembre 2014:verso of title page (La Haya, Países Bajos)
  • Change Notes

    • 1979-04-24: new
    • 2017-07-26: revised
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