June 30, 2017 – Den Hague, Netherlands – Stopped at the Mauritshuis. It was built between 1633 and 1644 as a residence for County Johan Maurits of Nassau-Siegel, military commander and governor of the Dutch colony in Brazil for eight years.
The architect was Jacob van Campen he created the first and very finest examples of Dutch classism symmetry grand plasters and Tampania give the building it’s monumental quality since 1822.
The famed painting the girl with a pearl earring was on display. “This is an exotic girl,” said the docent.
Found this candle holder unique.
Some of the paintings from the museum next door which was open to the public: