From 16 to 22 April, The Hague will host the Invictus Games. In the run-up to this event, to draw the attention of as many residents as possible to this unique event, a special photo exhibition is now visible at five locations in The Hague, such as the Atrium of the City Hall in The Hague from March 22 until April 15.

The exhibition shows the portraits and tattoos of participants from the Dutch Invictus Games team and of well-known people from The Hague. One side of the exhibition shows the powerful portraits of the participants and famous people from The Hague, the other side a close-up of a tattoo that is very special to them. The photo exhibition can be viewed free of charge in the Atrium The Hague (city hall) , in front of the Peace Palace, at the Lange Vijverberg, in the Zuiderpark, at The Hague University, at Wijkpark de Verademing and on the Scheveningen boulevard.

Resilient stories through audio tour
Behind every tattoo of the participants and well-known people from The Hague, there is a resilient story. They tell these stories in the interviews that can be listened to via the QR code. In this way, they let the people of The Hague and visitors to The Hague get to know the event and the impressive stories of the veterans. By also showing the stories behind the tattoos of the famous people from The Hague, the photo exhibition shows that resilience is something that belongs to all of us.

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