Locked away, behind an iron fence, lies a little heart of green, featuring a statue of Laurens Janszoon Coster, inventor of the printing press. Hidden behind trees and shrubbery lies a peace temple, featuring (reproduced) prints of murals by Jacob van Campen. It's an oasis of calm, after hours. A wonderful place to have a rest, after a busy walk through the old city. Shame there aren't any seats to take a load off. Nice visit.
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