Clingendael

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  • He also built a racecourse for his guests at Clingendael; it has since been moved to nearby Duindigt.
  • The name Clingendael means valley in the dunes.
  • She also took courses at the Red Cross, Clingendael, and the University Utrecht, where she studied war law, European law and administrative law.
  • Clingendael is the name of a 17th century manor house and surrounding parkland just outside The Hague, Netherlands.
  • Since 1982, following a thorough renovation, the manor is home the Clingendael Institute.
  • The architecture of the original part of Clingendael shares some of the features of the Huygens's country house in Voorburg, Hofwijck.
  • His son, Baron Arnoud van Brienen, merged Clingendael with the neighbouring estate of Oosterbeek.
  • He is a member of the steering committee of PIN/Clingendael, The Hague, a program on international negotiation processes that links together 5000 people involved in the domain.
  • Since 2004, the Netherlands were host to more than 100 junior diplomats of Pakistan who were educated and gained degrees from the Netherlands Institute of International Relations Clingendael.
  • Benoordenhout is in turn divided into seven areas: the Nassaubuurt, Uilennest, Duinzigt, Waalsdorp, Arendsdorp, Clingendael and the area around the Van Hoytemastraat.