Façades of The Hague # 105

This façade in Oude Molstraat is part of a much bigger complex of monastic buildings, built and rebuilt in different ages.

The complex itself has been a place of refuge for Roman Catholics since the Protestant Reformation at the beginning of the Dutch Revolt (1568-1648).

The present façade was built around 1900. The building contains a small chapel.

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All pictures were taken in March 2017.

Bertus Pieters

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