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Dome shaped prison, Haarlem (2009)

De koepelgevangenis van Haarlem is een van de drie koepelgevangenissen die Nederland kent. De strafgevangenis van Haarlem werd van 1899 tot 1901 gebouwd door justitiearchitect W.C. Metzelaar. Hij baseerde zich op het ontwerp van zijn vader Johan Frederik Metzelaar die in Breda en Arnhem reeds koepelgevangenissen had gerealiseerd. Net als de andere koepelgevangenissen is ook de koepelgevangenis in Haarlem een monument in de portefeuille van de Rijksgebouwendienst.

In het gebouw zijn vier gestapelde cellenringen.

Copyright: Bo De Visser
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Uploaded: 28/12/2009
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Tags: gevangenis; koepel; cel; penitaire; inrichting; haarlem; boef; jail; prorama; prison
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