Jean Pesijnshofje

Built in 1683 on the site of John Robinson's house (Pastor of the Puritans), with a plaque in his memory, this hospice was intended for the members of the Walloon church. It took the name of its founder, Jean Pesijn, a French Merchan who was a Huguenot.

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