Did these wrecks once belong to a Spanish fleet?

Dutch media reported, wrecks and remains of ships which may have been part of a Spanish fleet were recently discovered. The wrecks were discovered near Hoorn, in the Markermeer. This artificial lake was once part of the Dutch Zuiderzee, which in turn was connected to the North sea.

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“Gloss, glory and misery” life in Golden Age The Hague

“Gloss, glory and misery – life in The Hague during the Dutch Golden Age” is an exhibition currently welcoming visitors at The Hague’s historical museum. This museum is within walking distance of the more famous Mauritshuis.

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