Peuzelaarsteeg

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The Peuzelaarsteeg looking westward. On the right is the complex of the Doopsgezinde kerk, Haarlem

The Peuzelaarsteeg is a narrow lane in Haarlem, the Netherlands, that connects the Grote Houtstraat tp the Frankestraat.

The lane is famous as the former living quarters of Frans Hals and other Haarlem artists, though it was changed unrecognizably when the Mennonite church was built there in the 17th century.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ De straat waarin wij in Haarlem wonen; geschiedenis en verklaring der Haarlemse straatnamen, G. H. Kurtz, 1965

Coordinates: 52°22′47″N 4°38′05″E / 52.3796°N 4.6347°E / 52.3796; 4.6347