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January 14, 2004
After our visit to the factory, we drove to the city square wc here we had a couple of hours to wander around, eat lunch, and visit the local stores.
The New Church (De Nieuwe Kerk) situated on the Markt is the official resting place of the Dutch Royal family. The burial vaults are not accesible to tourists. The Delft Town Hall (Stadhuis) stands opposite the New Church. The city square is very quaint and picturesque with canals and cobbled alleys leading you to the surrounding local stores and stalls. You also see Dutch architecture at its best; narrow houses with their gables surrounding the city square.
From journal Amsterdam - a city that never sleeps!
February 8, 2002
Another possibility is to buy items directly from the factory. Out of the 32 operating factories, only 2 remain - luckily both can be toured. My friend recommends De Delftse Pauw, Delftweg 133, Postbus 400, 2600 AK Delft. Tel: 015-2124920
From journal rotterdam: old town and modern city