The Korenbeurs has long been the centre of grain trade. The unique building and techniques is a mix of styles and now houses an Albert Heijn.
Included in the Top 100 of the Dutch UNESCO monuments. This grain trade started in a wooden building built in 1774. The current Korenbeurs was built between 1862 and 1865, has a neoclassical facade, and many windows. On the roof you can see images of Neptune (shipping), Ceres (agriculture) and Mercury (trade). Nowadays no grain is traded here anymore, but there is an Albert Heijn to be found.
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