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In 1899, 26 countries organized a peace conference in The Hague that marked the beginning of the Permanent Court of Arbitration. After the second Hague Conference in 1907, the seat of the PCA was built, and since World War I it has also been the seat of the International Court of Justice.
The palace was opened in 1913 after six years of construction. It is a large, square-shaped building in the Neo-Renaissance style
The palace is accessible to the public through guided tours.

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