Delft Images

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Delft, Netherlands
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The Gemeenlandshuis and the Old Church in (1877) by Cornelis Springer (Source)
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Delft in 1649 (Blaeu) (Source)
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Egbert van der Poel: A View of Delft after the Explosion of 1654 (Source)
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Delft City Hall (Source)
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Eastern Gate (Oostpoort) (Source)
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The Old Church tower (Source)
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Delft blue is most famous but there are other kinds of Delftware, like this plate faience in rose (Source)
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TU Delft buildings (Source)
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The Plantagegeer, one of Delft's several smaller city parks (Source)
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Hugo Grotius, a founding father of modern international law. (Source)
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Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, the first acknowledged microscopist and microbiologist. He is commonly known as the father of microbiology. (Source)
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Martinus Beijerinck, the founding father of the Delft School of Microbiology. He is often considered as one of the founders of virology, environmental microbiology, and industrial microbiology. (Source)
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One of the 8 different Nuna cars (Source)
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Topographic map of Delft city (in Dutch), Sept. 2014. Click to enlarge. (Source)
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Delft city view (Source)
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Gemeenlandshuis (Source)
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Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) (Source)
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Legermuseum (Army museum) (Source)
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Central Market Square (Source)
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City sight (Vrouw Juttenland) (Source)
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Huybrechtstower (Source)
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Koornbeurs (Source)
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Observatory (Source)
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Former station building (Source)
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New station building (Source)
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Main canal Delftse Schie at sundown (Source)
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Sculpture near the church (Source)
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Streetview (het Oosteinde) (Source)
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Streetview (Dertienhuizen) (Source)
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Evangelist church (Source)
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