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This large impressive building occupies the west end of the market place, opposite the New Church. It was originally built in the 13th century but has been renovated a few times. Only the belfry tower is left as original and is covered with limestone. The...More
we go to Delft very often, as there is so much to see and do, it is a beautiful town,
and to vist city hall is must, it is one of rhe oldest in the Netherlands it is amazing, if you go on a Friday...More
The City Hall stands at the opposite end of the market square to the new church. It is a huge imposing building which dominates that side of the square. It is much older than it looks and a very interesting piece of architecture.