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  1. A typical example of a beautifully renovated and partly newly constructed street in Delft. The white house on the far right was built in the years 1536-1543. The text on the house "Voorheen Melkinrichting De Landbouw" indicates there used to be a dairy in this house. As a side-note, my wife and I live in a house built in 1932 that until 1967 was a butchery. In the old parts of the cities - in the pre-supermarkets era - the corner buildings used to be shops, our house is one of these. In the image in the link below (courtesy Archief Eemland) our house is on the right, with the sign Slagerij (butchery) http://www.archiefeemland.nl/collectie/fotos/detail/449fcc64-dc46-11df-a9e7-7590f0316edd/media/8132c339-178f-41d1-60e3-29922789b523
  2. Two images shot (handheld, shutter speed 1/8sec) with a Samyang fisheye lens of the new Delft railway station. The ceiling is a reference to the world-famous Delfts Blauw pottery. With some imagination it's visible in these images. 1. 2.
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