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Nuclear Summit 2014: The Hague is Ready, We’re Ready

Here we go!

Here we go!

There is no doubt that The Hague has always been an important city for international justice, inter-continental organizations, and the global community. As the Nuclear Summit will soon be held, I decided to have a trip on my bike around the city center of The Hague on March 16. In one hour and ten minutes, I took more than 100 photos on how I saw this city concerning the up-coming Nuclear Summit. Here I am going to offer a few glimpse of “mijn reis op de fiets”.

The flags of Nuclear Summit 2014 have been put up at the Binnenhof.

The flags of Nuclear Summit 2014 have been put up at the Binnenhof.

Great weather - Nice environment - Nuclear energy?

Great weather – Nice environment – Nuclear energy?

Clean streets

Clean streets

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Modern architecture and nature in a nutshell

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Random corner of natural beauty

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Chinatown under the clear sky and bright sunlight

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Bee in the flowers

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Nostalgic tram

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Korte voorhout

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Somewhere near Malieveld

And two days ago, there are already welcoming slogans set up near the central station. I think The Hague is ready for it. Are you ready?

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Welcoming “gate” at the central station

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Welcome to the Nuclear Summit 2014 in The Hague!

by Xueyan Xing (coming all the way from China; studying at Leiden University College The Hague)

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