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The old Town Hall shows different function rooms including the former local "Court of Justice". In general it gives a good view of the life in former centuries in Veere. It is strictly dealing with local history.
Both the town council chamber and the magistrates chambers are complete with furnishings and pictures. There are a couple of other rooms as well plus a panoramic guide in English to help. Ticket include with the Scottish Merchant house museum.
This small sea side town feel quiet and bland. As we get closer, we saw this high clock tower. When we got into the town centre, this beautiful 15th century Gothic style building rest majestically beneath the clock tower.
Just loved this small Dutch town on the coast in the Zeeland Province of Netherlands. The town hall is impressive for such a small place. I did not go inside because we had our dog with us but just wandering around the town is nice...More
Considering the small size of this town, the town hall looks magnificent from the outside. Inside, the courtroom is also very worthwhile. There is a golden cup reserved for the king, who is also marquis of Veere. For the rest I found the museum a...More
Veere is a beautiful little town (large village?) and was a delightful stop in a busy week. We loved its beautiful setting, quiet streets and lovely buildings. But this one is such a waste of space. Weird modern 'art' scattered thinly in a sparse building....More