Summary

Frederik de Wit, De Burcht van Leiden (circa 1698)

The Burcht van Leiden is an old shell keep in Leiden constructed in the 11th century. It is located at the spot where two tributaries of the Rhine come together, the Leidse Rijn, and another river, now a canal. The structure is on top of a motte, and is today a public park.

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Sources

  • Background, portrait from Wikipedia