I had some questions yesterday about the interior of the Palace in Amsterdam and I found some photos I made a year ago. I remember these were made by hubby sccollections as mine had a poor quality to publish. So he gets the credits for these. The Palace dates from the 17th century and was built as the Town Hall of Amsterdam and shows the power and wealth of the city of Amsterdam in the Golden Age. With the arrival of King Louis Napoleon in 1808 the Town Hall changed into a Palace and the many chandeliers and the empire furniture recall this time.
The first photo shows the Citizen Hall and these are the corridors.
You are not allowed to enter the guestrooms but can have a peek from the doorway.
Look at the ceiling it is decorated with gold leaf.
It was all rather dark inside the rooms that made it difficult to make photos, but I hope you have an impression now. I you want to see more look at this Link.