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Lange Voorhout Palace ">[paːˈlɛis ˈlɑŋə voːrˈɦʌut]) in The Hague was designed in 1760 by the architect Pieter de Swart for Anthony Patras , a deputee to the States General of the Netherlands.

Lange Voorhout Palace in The Hague
Queen Juliana, Princess Irene, and Prince Bernhard at the balcony of the palace on Prinsjesdag (1959)
Main staircase (1937)
The left antechamber, on the middle floor (1967)

Lange Voorhout Palace (Dutch: Paleis Lange Voorhout [paːˈlɛis ˈlɑŋə voːrˈɦʌut]) in The Hague was designed in 1760 by the architect Pieter de Swart for Anthony Patras (1718-1764), a deputee to the States General of the Netherlands.

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