Drawing of City Hall and Crown Bridge over the New Rhine in Leiden, the Netherlands.
As far as can be determined, the city of Leiden had a town hall as early as 1350. This was no more than a hall with a tower. In the 16th century the current tower and facades were largely built.
The Koornbrug is a 17th century fixed stone arch bridge with a double roof over the water of the Nieuwe Rijn River in the centre of the Dutch city of Leiden. The bridge connects the Burgsteeg with the Koornburgsteeg.
This artworks is offered by Hendrik-Jan Kornelis
As a child, there was already a predilection for visual art. As a technician, I was always creative in products, services and working methods. In later years, more time was taken for my art (photography) passion.
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