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Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • The street-facing front bedroom has a double bed, a single sofa-bed, and the evening light.
  • Front bedroom (print: artist unknown)
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Front bedroom
  • Bathroom
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  • Bathroom
  • Bathroom (print: Aleksandr Voitsekhovsky)
  • Rear bedroom overlooking the garden
  • Rear bedroom
  • Rear bedroom
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  • Rear bedroom
  • Rear bedroom
  • Cupboard in rear bedroom
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Looking from the rear bedroom towards the toilet.
  • The toilet is were we store spare sunshine for rainy days.
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • An 18th-century engraving of a map of Delft: although not complex, the city’s layout casts a powerful spell
  • The second-floor landing
  • Up into the light: the stairs leading to the top floor
  • Top-floor landing
  • Top floor
  • Top floor
  • Top floor. Print: Two squares fly towards the earth (El Lissitzky)
  • Top floor
  • Top floor (drawings: Aleksandr )Voitsekhovsky)
  • Top floor
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  • Children's psychologist (drawing by Aleksandr Voitsekhovsky)
  • Two poetesses admire the view after buying a dacha in the countryside (drawing by Aleksandr Voitsekhovsky)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Off to the city to study (drawing by Aleksandr Voitsekhovsky)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • The sofa on the top floor unfolds to make a very comfortable double bed
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Toilet on the top floor
  • Village doctor (drawing by Aleksandr Voitsekhovsky)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Drawing by Anna Florenskaya
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Doorway to Delft (and Amsterdam, Den Haag...)
  • Front door: the colour of the front door, like many in Delft, is ‘Delft green’; the precise recipe for this intense green is kept by Verbeek, the atmospheric paint shop (established: 1881) on the Beestenmarkt in the centre of town.
  • Buitenwatersloot (just around the corner from us): arguably the most picturesque canal in Delft
  • Buitenwatersloot
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  • House on Buitenwatersloot
  • Fish shop on Buitenwatersloot. The best fish shop in town, say the locals
  • Koffie en Zo: possibly the best coffee in Delft (on the corner of Peperstraat and Koornmarkt)
  • The Oude Delft: the first canal you come to after passing the railway station, this is Delft's grandest.
  • The Oude Kerk (Old Church) on the Oude Delft. Unlike the tower itself, the turrets of the tower are loyal to the vertical
  • House on the Oude Delft
  • Bridge on the Oude Delft
  • Delft has many interesting antique and vintage shops. all specializing in something different. Atelier Louise in Breestraat is one of them (Louise herself lives above the shop)
  • This shop on Gasthuissteeg is another, specializing in clocks of various shapes and sizes and fine glass, mostly from England.
  • Interior of the shop on Gasthuissteeg
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