5 special churches and chapels in The Hague
1) Russian Church
Before Anna Pavlovna, widow of Dutch King William II, died in 1865, she determined that her dowry of religious objects would remain in the Netherlands, under the condition that they would be used during Russian-Orthodox ceremonies. Fifty years later, in this small chapel her religious belongings found shelter. They are on display during weekend services.
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