The eastern gate in Delft, Netherlands, is an example of Brick Gothic northern European architecture that was built around 1400.
Het Strijkijzer is a residential and office skyscraper in The Hague, Netherlands.
De Delftse Pauw is pottery factory from the 17th century located in the north of the city Delft on the Delftweg.
Kneuterdijk Palace is a former royal palace of the Netherlands located in The Hague, nowadays the seat of the Council of State.
The Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles N.V. is a Dutch manufacturer of Delft Blue earthenware, headquartered in Delft, the Netherlands.
The Hoftoren, nicknamed De Vulpen is a 29-storey, 141.86-metre-high building in The Hague, Netherlands.
Built more than three centuries ago, this windmill is a nice sight for everyone interested in technology because it is still working.
Horses and coaches used to be kept in this beautiful building. The Golden Coach, a true artwork, is still there.
Delftware (or Delft pottery) factory. There's also a shop and some of the artists offer guided tours.
You can enjoy a lot of fun around this modern area, as it is surrounded by various popular music venues, such as National Dance Theater.
Discover the extensive colonial past of the Netherlands, especially its story in the Indonesian archipelago. Vast collection of artefacts.
Although the mill at this place was built in the 17th century, it burnt down after a lightning strike and has been rebuilt in the 1900s.
Dedicated to the 17th century painter, this museum displays his paintings, furniture and other daily life items.