The Hague City Centre is in the Haagsche Hof, a well-known large modern building that combines classic 19th century styling with 21st century facilities. It has an attractive two-storey entrance. The centre is in the heart of the city's foremost government and administration quarter, near to a wealth of Dutch and EU institutions, foreign embassies and large multinational headquarters. The Hague is known as the 'judicial capital of the world' - there are many international courts here, and a large number of law firms and other professional services businesses have offices locally. With a high proportion of diplomats and civil servants from all over the world, the population is affluent and well-educated. The city has a very international flavour, and it enjoys an extensive multicultural scene.