Agnetapark, Delft

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Agnetapark was an area of workers' housing in Delft, South Holland, the Netherlands. It was one of the highest quality workers' housing areas built before the Housing Act of 1902 was imposed. It was 'transformed' from a marshy 4 hectares (9.9 acres) area of land to a 'paradise' of industry. It is named after Agneta Matthes as she helped transform it.
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  • Magnificently conserved company housing. Eraliest part beautifully landscpaed (same landscape architect as Vondelpark Amsterdam) dates from 1890s. Second and largest part from 1920’s is perfect...  more »
  • The park is nice, with manicured lawns, statues, a fountain and benches (but some maintenance is lacking in that department). The site looks so tranquile and quiet, but it is not unfortunately the...  more »

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