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Academiegebouw, built 1516 for a monastary, University of Leiden since 1581

Anatomical theater (reconstruction) at the Boerhaave Museum

Anatomical theater at Leiden University in 1610, Boerhave Museum

Arminius and Gomarus, leaders of Romonstrant and anti-Remonstrants at Leiden University, early 17th C

Boterhuis (for purchasing butter), 1657

De Burcht, the keep of a ruined castle (13th century) on a man-made hill in Leiden

De Valk Corn Mill, 1734

Den Vergulden Turk (Gilden Turk), bult in 1673 for Eastern merchants

Doelenpoort (militia gate with St. George), 1645

Flemish Huguenot Church

Galgewater, Leiden

Galgewater, Leiden

Grain wharehouse for the poor, 1754, Leiden

Gravensteen (Court and Prison of the Counts of Holland), built from 13th C to 1672, Leiden

Gravensteen (court and prison) gable, 17th C, Leiden

Groot Sionhof

Groot Sionhof

Heilige Geest Orphanage Gate, Kootje and Kaatje, iconic orphan sculptures, 1774, Leiden

Heilige Geest Weeshuis (Holy Spirit Orphanage gate)

Heilige Geest Weeshuis (Holy Spirit Orphanage),from 1604, Leiden

HofjeLeidenJPG

Hofje Leiden

Hoogheimr

Hooglandse Kerk--14th c

Hooglandse Kerk--14th c

Hooglandse kerk, 1377-1500, Leiden

Hortus Botanicus, Carolus Clusius was a physician and botanist and the first director, Leiden

Hortus Botanicus, founded 1590, Leiden

Hortus Botanicus, Leiden

Hortus Botanicus, Leiden

Hortus Botanicus,Leiden

Hotel De Doelen, 1638, Pieter de la Court Lived here, Leiden

Jean Persijnhofje (almshouses),1655, Leiden

Korenbeursbrug (Corn Market Bridge), 1825, Leiden

Lakenhal Museum, Leiden

Law Gravensteen (Court and Prison of the Counts of Holland), built from 13th C to 1672, Leiden

Leiden University Faculty Club, built for a merchant 1688-89, Leiden

Leuven

Lutheran Kerk 1618

Map Leiden, Blaeu, 1652

Map of Leiden, Atlas de Wit,1698, Koninklike Bibliotheek

Marekerk, the first purpose built Protestant Church in Leiden opened in 1649JPG

Mors Poort, Leiden

Morspoort, western gate of Leiden, 1661

Oude Singel, Marekerk, 1649, Leiden

Pieters Kerk, plaque for Pilgrims who lived in Leiden, 1609-20

Pieterskerkhof, Rembrandt went to he Latin School (right), Leiden

Rapenburg, Leiden

Rapenburg, Leiden

Rasp & Spin Huis (work house), 1655, Leiden

Relief Of Leiden, 1574, Willen de Haan, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Rijnlandhuis, seat of the water and dike management district of the lower Rhine since 1578, Leiden

St Pieter's Kerk in background, Leiden

St. Pieterskerk interior, 1390-1570, Leidenkerk, Leiden

St. Pieterskerk, 1390-1570, Leiden

St. Pieterskerk, 1390-1570, Leiden

St. Pieterskerk,monument to Herman Boerhave

St. Piterskerk, plague to the Pastor of the Pilgrims in Leiden

Stadhui (1600), Leiden

Stadhuis (Town Hall) 1600, detail, Leiden

Stadhuis (Town Hall), 1600, Leiden

Vender Speckhofje (almshouses) 1645

Waag (Weigh House), 1657, Leiden.

Wharehouse on the Oude Rijn (Old Rhine), Leiden

Zijlpoort, Leiden city gate originally bult in 1667

Zijlpoort, Leiden city gate originally bult in 1667

Zijlpoort, Leiden city gate originally bult in 1667

Zijlpoort, Leiden rondvaart

Zijlpoort, Leiden, 1667Zijlpoort, Leiden city gate originally bult in 1667

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