This ornate building was built in 1603 and today is home to the Archeological Museum. (I did not go in). The architectural style is of the highest form of the Dutch Rennaisance.
These picturesque row houses with the step gables were built around 1610 and originally housed a hospital in the rear. The are across the street from the Frans Hals Museum
Currently the concert building is closed, becuase it is renovated. It will open again sometime in 2003. Meanwhile all concerts (mostly classical) are in the churches that Haarlem has.
Meeting with lalkens and richiecdisc. More is to be seen in the TRAVELLOGUE, chapter 2.
Picture made by lalkens.
Kleine Houtstraat 13, Haarlem, Noord-Holland, 2011 DD, The Netherlands
Good for: Couples
True, the Carlton Square isn't close to the train station (a 15 minute walk). But it is close to the...more
Klokhuisplein 9, Haarlem, 2011, The Netherlands
Good for: Solo