V-Collections - Gems of Design
The Dutch Golden Age roughly spanned the 17th century. Due to the thriving economy, cities expanded greatly. New town halls and storehouses were built, and many new canals were dug out in and around various cities for defence and transport purposes. Many wealthy merchants had new houses built along these canals. The more austere form practiced in the Dutch Republic was well suited to major building patterns: palaces and new civic buildings. During the 20th century Dutch architects played a leading role in the development of modern architecture.
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