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Koggestraat 11/ Singel 29

Koggestraat 11/ Singel 29

Koggestraat 11/ Singel 29
Private house/ school
Year of construction: 1615
Style: around 1750 rebuild in Louis XV style

The Koggestraat was originally a canal. It was filled in 1860. The street is named after the ‘koggeschip’, a medieval ship that was used in trade with the Baltic region. So the house on number 11 was originally located on the corner of two canals. It is called ‘Koggehuis’. It is depicted on the cover of the 1993 book-week gift, written by W.F. Hermans. Currently violin school Silem is established in the building - maybe from time to time the neighbours wish the building was located isolated, as it was before the filling of the canal.

Island with palm tree
Location unknown
Chromatika/ iStock

Formats and prices

Large: not available

Small: about 100x60cm
Edition: 2
Price (framed): Eur 1250,00

Piëzo inkject print on 300grs paper: about 60x35cm (Eur 375,00)