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A place that feels familiar

Is this Holland? The Hague? It certainly is. But if you look around, listen to the people on the streets and browse through the shops nearby, you might get the impression you were … well, okay, not at home. But it somehow feels familiar. You are at the Churchillplein, in the international heart of The Hague. You are at the steps of an elegant, silver office building: The Statesman.

The statesman invites you to step inside

Working and living here is being part of an international community. Among your neighbours are several Embassies, the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the brand new headquarter of Europol and other international organizations, like OPCW. No wonder this is a part of The Hague where numerous expats and diplomats like to work. And live. At lunch and in weekends, they stroll along the Frederik Hendriklaan, which was recently crowned as ‘most vivid shopping street of Holland’. You can have the privilege to work here.Working and living here is being part of an international community. Among your neighbours are several Embassies, the International Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, the brand new headquarters of Europol and other international organizations, like OPCW. No wonder this is a part of The Hague where numerous expats and diplomats like to work. And live. At lunch and in weekends, they stroll along the Frederik Hendriklaan, which was recently crowned as ‘most vivid shopping street of Holland’. You can have the privilege to work here. The Statesman invites you to step inside.