Haarlem City Hall

Interesting
Next to this 14C Gothic building is a turret. Among the many changes made to it since the 14C are, to the right, a projecting section above a gallery topped with a gable and, to the left at the top of a flight of stairs, a Renaissance loggia . Inside, the Hall of the Counts (Gravenzal) has retained its old character. The paintings that decorate the room, which are old copies of frescoes from the Carmelite convent, depict the Counts of Holland.

Useful information

Address : 

Grote Markt 2, 2011 Haarlem

Opening hours

8am-5.15pm - closed weekends

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As well as forming part of the Frans
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