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Boterhal, St Jan Guest House, 1563, Hoorn

Colonial Products, West-Frisian Museum, Hoorn

DutchRenaissance Merchant House, Hoorn

Fluitschip, West-Frisian Museum, Hoorn

Grote Kerk, 1370-1519, Hoorn

Hoofdtoren, Watchtower, 1532, and harbor, Hoorn

Hoofdtoren, Watchtower, 1532, Hoorn

Hoofdtoren, Watchtower, 1532, Hoorn

Hoofdtoren, Watchtower, 1532, Hoorn

Jan Pietersz Coen and the Frisian Museum, Hoorn

Koepelkerk, RC Bassiliac, 1882, Hoorn

Map of Hoorn, Atlas van Loon, Johannes Blaeu, 1649

Map of North Holland-Hoorn is on east of center peninsula, Jacob Deventer, 1584

Oosterpoort, East Gate, 1578, Hoorn

State Lodge for the Northern Quarter, built 1613-18, Hoorn

VOC Wharehouses, early 17th C, Hoorn

Waag, Weigh House, 1608, Hoorn

West India Chamber, Hoorn, 1629-1791

West-Frisian Museum, 1637-1794, seat of Northern Quarter (of Holland) Council, Hoorn

West-Frisian Museum, 1637-1794, seat of Northern Quarter (of Holland) Council, Hoorn

West-Frisian Museum, Hoorn

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