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A Pnoramic View of Delft, Dirck van Beswijck, 1667

Family in the Nieuwe Kerk with the Monument of William the Silent, Dirk van Delen, 1654

Hugo Grotius (1583-1645) Monument, Delft

Map of Delft, Joan Blaue, 1649

Nieuwe Kerk 1396-1872, Delft

Nieuwe Kerk, Grave Monument of William the Silent, Hendrik de Keyser, 1621, Delft

Nieuwe Kerk, Grave Monument of William the Silent, Hendrik de Keyser, 1621, Delft

Oude Kerk (Old Church) 1246-16thC, Delft

Oude Kerk (Old Church), interior, Delft

Oude Kerk Tower, 1325-50, Delft

Oude Kerk, Admiral Maarten Tromp (1598-1653) Monument, Delft

Oude Kerk, Admiral Piet Hein(1577-1629) Monument, Delft

Oude Kerk, Antonius van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723) Monument, Delft

Princenhof Museum, the house of Prince William of Orange where he was assanibated in 1584, Delft

Princenhof, statue of William of Orange, Delft

Princenhof, William of Orange was shot here in 1584

Stadhuis (Town Hall), 1618-20, Delft

Stadhuis (Town Hall), 1618-20, Delft

Stadhuis (Town Hall), 1618-20, Delft

Stofzaal (cloth hall), Delft

Vermeer grave marker, Oude Kerk, Delft

View of Delft. Johannes Vermeer, 1660-62, Mauritshuisjpg

View of Oude Kerk, Jan van der Heyden, 1660, Web Gallery of Art

View of the Schiedam and Rotterdam Gates, Abraham Rademaker, 1685-1735

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