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Jan van der Heyden: 'A Square before a Church'

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The view is probably a fantasy composed of elements of different buildings seen by the artist in Germany and Holland. The architecture of the church is typical of the 16th-century style of churches around Cologne and Braunschweig, and also in Franconia, while the building on the left seems more Dutch in character.

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