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The ciyty hall was built in 1601 and is a nice example of Dutch Renaissance.
Nowadays the Cityhall is still used for weddings and special occasions. Behind the old cityhall there is a new one. Sadly enough it is not well adapted in the athmosphere of the town.
Updated Sep 12, 2003
Address: Markststraat, Naarden
Weeshuiskazerne ('orphanage barracks') is the strange name for this building, which is part of a complex that was built as a convent and later became an orphanage. From 1809 until 1986 it was used as a barracks. Today it houses the Comeniusmuseum.
Written May 22, 2003
The town hall is an attractive building dating from 1601 and one of the nicest examples of the Renaissance-style in the Netherlands. Note the unequal stepped gables.
Updated Jul 15, 2004
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