Façades of The Hague #126

Buildings with apartments and studios, south façade of the so-called Lissabonplein (Lisbon Square), Kazernestraat.

The square connects the former 18th century courtyard called Het Lissabon (The Lisbon) near Denneweg, with Kazernestraat.

The houses were built mainly in the 1930s with later modifications and additions.

It is a particularly peaceful part of the city centre, with arts and crafts studios.

The name Lissabon probably derives from Sephardic Jews who used to live around the former courtyard.

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All pictures were taken in March 2017.

Bertus Pieters

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