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'''Delft''' is a small town in the Dutch province of [[Zuid Holland]], situated between [[Rotterdam]] and [[The Hague]]. It is noted for the blue-and-white Delft pottery, and as the home of the great artist [[Jan Vermeer]].
 
'''Delft''' is a small town in the Dutch province of [[Zuid Holland]], situated between [[Rotterdam]] and [[The Hague]]. It is noted for the blue-and-white Delft pottery, and as the home of the great artist [[Jan Vermeer]].
  
 
[[Category:Dutch Cities and Towns]]
 
[[Category:Dutch Cities and Towns]]

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Delft is a small town in the Dutch province of Zuid Holland, situated between Rotterdam and The Hague. It is noted for the blue-and-white Delft pottery, and as the home of the great artist Jan Vermeer.