The Y at Amsterdam, with the frigate 'De Ploeg' | Ludolf Bakhuizen | 17th Century
View of a port with many larger and smaller ships including the tall ship ‘De Ploeg’ (The Plough, a frigate with a ploughing farmer painted on her stern). The city can be identified as Amsterdam though its buildings (from left to right: Oude Kerk, Royal Palace, Haringpakkerstoren and Westertoren). In the foreground various people, on the right a jetty.
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