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Humanity House, The Hague

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  • Upon entry you go an experience. I was mainly triggered by the announcement that there were no real stories of refugees. That happens on a screen, in which you own the subjects per refugee (there are eight) can hear. with the piece that you walk through the building and the stories of the refugees it is an emotional experience. The stories also gives more individual insight. that's better than the big numbers. We are without children, I will also not recommend to go with small children, but from a decade or so will they best understand.
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  • The 45 minutes experience is available in Dutch and English. You enter a normal room, then a room in chaos and the radio tells you that you have to flee. On to other rooms. Finally you are being 'proc...  more »
  • Call it a museum visit would not include anything: this is an experience apart, that you think and you also will remember after you leave Humanity House. It is a process that you will go through the difficulties of life in a conflict situation and the escape to a better life experiences. Well made, it hangs. Recommended, but do know where you are going: by the game you will experience a roller coaster of emotions (fear, uncertainty, confusion). Not suitable for small children.
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  • One of the most powerful experiences. Make sure to have plenty of time when visiting, so that you have time to go through it all. Really well put together exhibits. The staff were also very welcoming and helpful.
  • A unique experience had by travelling as a refugee in this property. Humanity House is really worth a visit.
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  • Êre dibît amaca mirio bît , gorî bawerîya min cîyekî başe . Here should be destination . I think is a good place . Humanity is what human need . Hier moet het bestemming zijn . Ik denk is goede plaats . Inga jayee Ke with the purpose and objective of Basha, ansanit, چيزي Ke what reality crisp Niaz darim. Think mikenm by Jay Khobe Basha.
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  • Impressive "museum"
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  • It is a museum that is different from other museums, it is a museum where you it undergoes. A museum when (Commission) set up by the Red Cross shows you how it could be if you have to leave behind all as refugees have the trusted.
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