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  1. Coordenadas: 52°05′N 4°19′E ( mapa) La Haya La Haya (en neerlandés, Den Haag [dɛnˈɦaːx] (?·i); nombre oficial, 's-Gravenhage [ˈsxraːvə (n)ˌɦaːɣə] (?·i)) es una ciudad de los Países Bajos, capital administrativa del país y sede de la realeza neerlandesa. Alberga las sedes del Tribunal Internacional de Justicia y la Corte Penal Internacional .

  2. La Haya (Bolívar) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre Coordenadas: 9°57′27″N 75°11′12″O ( mapa) La Haya (Bolívar) La Haya es un corregimiento de San Juan Nepomuceno, Colombia, 1 ubicado en el norte del departamento de Bolívar, tiene una extensión de 528 km cuadrados. Índice 1 Vía de acceso 2 Características generales 2.1 Localización

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_HagueThe Hague - Wikipedia

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    The Hague was first mentioned as Die Haghe in 1242. In the 15th century, the name des Graven hage came into use, literally "The Count's Wood", with connotations like "The Count's Hedge, Private Enclosure or Hunting Grounds". The spelling "'s-Gravenhage" was officially used for the city from the 17th century onward. Today, this name is only used in ...

    Ancient history

    The area was part of the Roman province of Germania Inferior and was close to the border of the empire, the Upper Germanic-Rhaetian Limes. In 1997, four Roman milestones were discovered at Wateringse Veld. The originals are in the "Museon" museum. The milestones indicate the distance from the nearest Roman city, Forum Hadriani (modern Voorburg), and can be dated to the reign of the emperors Antoninus Pius (138-161; the column is dated 151), Caracalla (211–217), Gordian III (238–244), and Deci...

    Early history

    Little is known about the origin of The Hague. There are no contemporary documents describing it, and later sources are often of dubious reliability. What is certain is that The Hague was founded by the last counts of the House of Holland. Floris IV already owned two residences in the area, but presumably purchased a third court situated by the present-day Hofvijver in 1229, previously owned by a woman called Meilendis. Presumably, Floris IV intended to rebuild the court into a large castle,...

    Modern history

    In 1806, when the Kingdom of Holland was a puppet state of the First French Empire, the settlement was granted city rights by Louis Bonaparte. After the Napoleonic Wars, modern-day Belgium and the Netherlands were combined in the United Kingdom of the Netherlands to form a buffer against France. As a compromise, Brussels and Amsterdam alternated as capital every two years, with the government remaining in The Hague. After the separation of Belgium in 1830, Amsterdam remained the capital of th...

    The Hague is the largest Dutch city on the North Sea in the Netherlands and forms the centre of the Greater The Hague urban area. Westland and Wateringen lie to the south, Rijswijk, Delft and the Rotterdam conurbation (known as Rijnmond) to the southeast, Pijnacker-Nootdorp and Zoetermeer to the east, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Voorschoten and the Leid...

    As of 1 January 2021, The Hague counts 549,163 inhabitants, making it the third largest city of the Netherlands. Between 1800 and 1960, the city saw a considerable growth from 40,000 in 1800 to 200,000 in 1900 and eventually 600,000 in 1960. The growth following 1900 was partially caused by the housing act of 1901, which stimulated the expansion of...

    Municipal government

    As of the 2022 municipal election, the municipal council of The Hague contains thirteen parties, most notably the local Heart for The Hague (HvDH; 9 seats), Democrats 66 (D66; 8 seats), the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD; 7 seats) and GroenLinks(5 seats). Since 2019, the municipal executive has comprised VVD, D66, GroenLinks, CDA and PvdA. The chairman of the college is Mayor Jan van Zanen (VVD), and the city has eight aldermen: Anne Mulder, Kavita Parbhudayal (both VVD), Rober...

    International politics

    The Hague is home to many different international judicial bodies, such as the International Court of Justice (ICJ), the International Criminal Court (ICC), and the International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals (IRMCT). It houses Scheveningen Prison, the ICC's detention center for those suspected of war crimes and other violations of international law. The Hague is the fourth major centre for the United Nations, after New York, Geneva and Vienna. The foundation of The Hague as an "i...

    Twin towns and sister cities

    The Hague is twinnedwith: 1. Juigalpa, Nicaragua 2. Nazareth, Israel 3. Palembang, Indonesia 4. Warsaw, Poland

    The Hague has a service-oriented economy. Professional life in the city is dominated by the large number of civil servants and diplomats working in the city; as of 2006[update], 26% of the jobs in The Hague are those offered by the Dutch government or the international institutions. Large employers in this sector include the ministries of Defence, ...

    The Hague originated around the 13th-century Binnenhof, and this is still considered the cultural centre of the city. Night life centres around the three main squares in the city centre. The Plein (literally "Square") is taken by several large sidewalk cafés where often politicians may be spotted. The Grote Markt (literally "Great Market") is compl...

    Air

    The Hague shares an airport with Rotterdam. It can be reached from Central Station by RandstadRail Line E, with an Airport Shuttle to and from Meijersplein Station. However, with several direct trains per hour from the railway stations Hollands Spoor and Centraal, Amsterdam Airport Schipholis more frequently used by people travelling to and from The Hague by air.

    Rail

    There are two main railway stations in The Hague: Hollands Spoor and Centraal Station, 1.5 km (1 mi) apart from each other. Because the two stations were built and run by two different railway companies in the 19th century, services have traditionally been split between the two: east–west lines terminate at Centraal Station, whereas north–south lines run through Hollands Spoor. However, Centraal Station now offers direct services to most major Dutch cities, such Amsterdam, Rotterdam and Utrec...

    Urban transport

    Public transport in The Hague consists of a tramway network and a sizeable number of bus routes, operated by HTM Personenvervoer. Plans for a subway were shelved in the early 1970s. However, in 2004 a tunnel was built under the city centre with two underground tram stations (Spui and Grote Markt); it is shared by RandstadRail lines 3 and 4 and tram routes 2 and 6. RandstadRailconnects The Hague to nearby cities, Zoetermeer, Rotterdam and Leidschendam-Voorburg. It consists of four light rail l...

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    El término escuela de La Haya fue utilizado por primera vez en 1875, a raíz de la Exposición de Artistas Vivos en la Academia de Dibujo de La Haya,[7]​ por el crítico Jacob van Santen Kolff,[1]​ para referirse a un grupo de pintores que desarrollaban su actividad de forma independiente en ese entorno geográfico, unidos por una voluntad radical de r...

    Aquel grupo de pintores, reunidos como escuela de La Haya, mostraron un doble interés por la pintura de paisaje y el testimonio social.[7]​ A menudo, el color se subordinaba a la atmósfera hasta el punto de alumbrar características en el grupo enunciadas como «el gobierno del gris» (aunque usando todos los tonos de gris y sometiéndolos a la luz).[1...

    Además de los ya mencionados, habría que añadir los nombres de Floris Arntzenius, Gerard Bilders, Bernard Blommers, Paul Gabriël, Willem Roelofs, Jan Hendrik Weissenbruch o Willem de Zwart, entre otros con obra recogida en pinacotecas holandesas como el Rijksmuseum.[8]​ Asimismo, entre los artistas que pudieron verse influidos por la Escuela de La ...

    Chilvers, Ian (2004). Diccionario del arte del siglo XX. Edición de Arturo Colorado Castellary, Editorial Complutense. ISBN 978-84-74916003.
    Murray, P. & L. (1996). Dictionary of art and artists (en inglés). Penguin Books. ISBN 0-14-051300-0.
  4. Haya hace referencia a varios artículos: Botánica [ editar] Cualquiera de las especies de árboles del género Fagus, de la familia de las Fagáceas, en especial el haya común. Haya obovata, la única especie del género monotípico Haya, perteneciente a la familia de las cariofiláceas. Algunas especies de árboles del género Nothofagus, de la Patagonia.