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Royal Palace of Amsterdam – Antique Print

Amsterdam’s Royal Palace was originally built as the city’s town hall during the Dutch golden age. The building is topped by a domed cupola and a weather vane featuring a sailing ship which is the symbol of Amsterdam.

Title at the base of engraving reads: “La Maison de Ville a cote | Stadyhuys van ter Zyde”