Escamp

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Escamp (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛskɑmp]) is a district of The Hague, Netherlands, built largely after the Second World War, on the 15th century Eskamppolders. With the addition of the Vinex neighbourhood Wateringse Veld, Escamp is the most populous district of the city; as of January 2013, it had 118,483 inhabitants.[1] The district features one railway station: Den Haag Moerwijk.

Escamp consists of the following neighbourhoods:

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.denhaag.buurtmonitor.nl/ Buurtmonitor Den Haag

Coordinates: 52°02′44″N 4°16′01″E / 52.04556°N 4.26694°E / 52.04556; 4.26694