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- Dutch cities and landscapes
- during the day
- the '50s
- town halls
- Dudok, Willem M.
Town hall in Hilversum
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Program title: MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN THE NETHERLANDS
Episode title: MODERN ARCHITECTURE IN THE NETHERLANDS (ACT 2)
Alternative title: town hall Hilversum, Dudok
Extended info for: "Town hall in Hilversum"
The town of Hilversum built to a design by a former city architect and director of public works department of the municipality, Willem Marinus Dudok. It is a national monument. It was built of yellow brick by specifications of Dudok in a different size. In the Second World War it was the headquarters of the Wehrmacht in the Netherlands. The town hall was (temporarily) moved to another building. The tower was then clad in camouflage material.
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