The World Peace Flame is housed in this small monument near the Vredespaleis. The stones around its base have been brought from many countries.
A peace dove was the motif for this bench.
This area is the Binnenhof ("inner court"), around which the city was built. The main building once housed the Dutch parliament. According to our guide, the ice cream man was always on friendly terms with the Prime Minister, and sometimes knew who the Prime Minister was going to be, even before he was elected.
Here's a bit of the Hague's skyline.
Our visit to the Hague concluded with a tour of the Mauritshuis, a museum of Dutch painting. This is the facade. To enter, we had to go down a stairway to the left.
There's more on the Hague at Wiki, Lonely Planet and Netherlands Tourism. We eventually left the Hague and went to Schoonhoven, where we were reunited with our ship.