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Hermes_NL 🇳🇱 wrote a review Dec 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands19,742 contributions37,578 helpful votes
The Morspoort is one of the eight original city gates of Leiden. It was built in 1669 to replace a wooden building - and now is a state monument. Next door is an old garnison which now is a hotel. Not to be missed on a Leiden city walk.
Date of experience: December 2020
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ghazalefb wrote a review Jan 2020
Ratingen, Germany331 contributions173 helpful votes
I was there and walked around this place. It was ok, you can visit and take some pics. Maybe good to visit one time if you visit Leiden.
Date of experience: January 2020
Rahmad Dawood wrote a review Nov 2019
Banda Aceh, Indonesia168 contributions27 helpful votes
One of two remaining Leiden's city gate in olden times. Next to it is a remain of a medieval prison.
Date of experience: November 2019
JWellingtonWimpy wrote a review Aug 2019
Aberdeen, United Kingdom477 contributions160 helpful votes
This is a nice small building to walk through with cafes and bars on the other side where you can sit outside on a nice day. It's been well-maintained over the years and there's a big black canon outside that you can have your photo taken with, if you so desire. It's nothing exciting, but it's a nice part of history.…
Date of experience: August 2019
Klaas S wrote a review Jun 2019
Renkum, The Netherlands476 contributions166 helpful votes
This is one of the two remaining citygates of old Leiden. It is well restored and maintained and offers a great entrance to the buzzling cityheart!
Date of experience: May 2019