Delft – Building A Nation And A Ceramics Empire

Delft conjures up images of pretty blue and white ceramics. Not murder in the castle, looting of Portuguese ships and 80 years of fighting the Spanish. But that’s exactly what […]

The Hague – Arriving by Train at the Seaside Town of Scheveningen

Little do I know as I board the Antwerp – Den Haag intercity train, that by sunset, thanks to an artist’s legacy, the 20th century transition of a fishing village […]