Delft is a city known worldwide for its many historical monuments, most of which were created in the 16th and 17th centuries
Delft this is picturesque canals, which reflect the old buildings, and blue and white tiles that adorned all fireplaces and stoves in the palaces of the emperors. One of the main attractions of the city is the Palace Prinsenhof. The Museum, whose collection includes not only paintings by masters of the 16th and 17th centuries but also the collection of porcelain and silver, once housed a monastery and then the residence of Prince William I during the period of his struggle against Spain.
Near the Palace, there is Gothic 75 meters the Old Church (Oude Kerk), which was built in the late 13th century on the site of a wooden Church of St. Bartholomew. The old Church is built on the principle of the Basilica is in Gothic style and unforgettable stained glass windows, which subjected to many reconstructions and is known for its tower leaning at a couple of meters from the vertical. In the Market square, there is the town Hall built in the 17th century in the Dutch Renaissance style. The town hall was built on the site of the count's prison in the Middle Ages since there was only one tower. Previously, the building housed the Guild of gold and silver jewelers and the Guild of apothecaries, it is now primarily the historical place where residents of Delft become married.
In Delft, quite a lot of interesting museums, such as Museum Lambert van Meerten known all over the world due to products and household items from the famous Delft tiles. Here you can see the very ancient and the best collection of amazing pottery. The army Museum or Military Museum Delft proudly presents residents and tourists the history of the Netherlands, here you can admire the form and means of movement of military, weapons and drawings.