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JDP9120823-088s1

Netherlands, Den Haag. 't Goude Hooft' (en Head) cafe, restaurant and hotel at the 'Dagelijkse Groenmarkt' is originaly dating from 1423 and the oldest Inn of Den haag. It was an Inn for people from out of town, a tavern for the visitors of the markets and a meeting place where knights gathered. In 1660, the tavern was rebuilt by Pieter Post and features the two en heads on the facade. In 1886 it was rebuilt as it looks now

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Den Haag (The Hague)
Netherlands, Den Haag. 't Goude Hooft' (en Head) cafe, restaurant and hotel at the 'Dagelijkse Groenmarkt' is originaly dating from 1423 and the oldest Inn of Den haag. It was an Inn for people from out of town, a tavern for the visitors of the markets and a meeting place where knights gathered. In 1660, the tavern was rebuilt by Pieter Post and features the two en heads on the facade. In 1886 it was rebuilt as it looks now