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Peace Palace Visitor's Center

The Carnegie Foundation has completed construction on a new visitor's center located near the main entrance of the Peace Palace. The state-of-the-art building was designed by British architect Michael Wilford. The roof and exterior of the structure is clad in 1,700 m2 of G1 finish titanium.
The Peace Palace in The Hague is home to a number of international judicial institutions, including the International Court of Justice (ICJ) or World Court, the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), the renowned Peace Palace Library, as well as the Hague Academy of International Law, which attracts law students from all over the world every summer.
The Palace, the premises on which it stands and the Library are the property of the Carnegie Foundation. The Foundation encourages the organisation of seminars and other initiatives to foster the peace ideal and is part of the international philantropic network of Carnegie Institutions.

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