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Tue, 09 Apr


Oranjehotel Museum

Oranjehotel Museum

Come and visit this historical Nazi prison of WWII. Hear the stories and feel what it was like to be imprisoned during that time. Functioning as an actual prison until 2009, it only opened to the public in 2019.

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Time & Location

09 Apr 2024, 10:00 – 11:30

Oranjehotel Museum , Van Alkemadelaan 1258, 2597 BP Den Haag, Netherlands

About the Event

The Oranjehotel was the nickname for the Scheveningen prison during the Second World War. Here, the Germans detained over 25,000 people for interrogation and prosecution. A diverse group from all corners of the Netherlands had broken German laws: mostly resistance fighters, but also Jews and Jehova’s Witnesses, as well as people who were detained due to an economic misdemeanour, like black market traders. Already during the war, the complex was called ‘Oranjehotel’. It was an ode to the resistance fighters who were locked up there.


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