Huis Bartolotti

Interesting
This splendid house was designed around 1622 by Hendrick de Keyser, the architect who built the Munttoren and the Westerkerk. The two doors had separate functions: the one at number 172 was for use during the day, the one at 170 by night. The façade, typical of the Dutch Renaissance, is reminiscent in its mix of brick and stone-work of the "House of Heads" on Keizergracht and the "House of Dolphins" on Singel.

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Herengracht 170-172

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