This looks like an open almshouse, restored for modern living with a nice garden too.
I forgot to make a photo of the plaque so I have little information.
Now the scene of cultural events, de Waag (The Cheese Weigh House) was built in the mid 17th century.
The Morspoort is one of two survivors out of a total of eight gates that once gave access to the town of Leiden. It's a nice example of Renaissance architecture.
The Pilgrim Museum. The Pilgrim Fathers lived in Leiden before going to America and found the United States.
Yes, the romans were here. Don't expect any aquaducts or so. But you can visit the archeological museum
Take a close look at all the details
You can see a replica of the castle in several places. For instance, on this entrance gate.
The impressive Stadhuis dominates Breestraat. I think it was damaged by fire and rebuilt at the start of the last century
This photo was taken from the Stadhuis steps, from where, in 1574, it was announced the Spanish siege was over.
The city hall in Leiden dates back to the middleages. But the marvellous facade wasn't added to thebuilding until 1597. The picture shows you the new city hall, which was built in 1940.