Oud Eik en Duinen

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Oud Eik en Duinen
Ruin of chapel, built around 1247

Oud Eik en Duinen is a cemetery in The Hague, the Netherlands, formerly called Eik en Duinen and also nicknamed "the Dutch Père-Lachaise". The cemetery is built around a chapel constructed around 1247 by William II of Holland in honor of his father, Floris IV, Count of Holland. This chapel was partially demolished in 1581, and in the 17th century the area was again used as a cemetery. When Eik en Duinen was full, a new cemetery, Nieuw Eykenduynen, was constructed in 1891 across the road, and since then the old cemetery is known as "Old" Eik en Duinen.

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  • Yi Tjoune (1859–1907), Korean diplomat (reburied in Korea in 1963)

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Coordinates: 52°04′01″N 4°15′52″E / 52.0669°N 4.2644°E / 52.0669; 4.2644