Tympanum of Royal Palace in Amsterdam XXL - Stock image

Amsterdam, City, Dam Square, Europe, Famous Place

Tympanum of Royal Palace in Amsterdam XXL royalty-free stock photo
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Stock photo ID:146762257
Upload date:June 21, 2012

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This pediment on the rear of the Amsterdam town hall, today's Royal Palace on Dam Square. Seated at the centre is a personification of Amsterdam on the side of a ship. At her feet is a globe. Various figures and animals are depicted around her. Four of the figures are personifications of the continents of the known world at that time: Europe, Africa, Asia and America. Amsterdam traded with all these continents. Each bears a gift in homage to Amsterdam. Triangular clay relief model was made in around 1655 by the Antwerp sculptor Artus Quellinus.
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