Façades of The Hague #24


Façade of a small house, Casuariestraat,


built in 1936 in an eclectic 19th century style, already worn out by that time, but so tough and sticky that it needed a war to be declared dead.


Behind it (picture below) you see the Royal Academy (left) and the new postmodern city centre.


[Click on the pictures to enlarge]

All pictures taken in March 2016.


Bertus Pieters

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