Gaper in de oude binnenstad van Leiden. A gaper (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣaːpər]) is a stone or wooden head, often depicting a Moor, on the front of a building in the Netherlands. It was used to indicate that this building is a pharmacy.

Museum Boerhaave Gaper A gaper is a stone or wooden head, often depicting a Moor, on the front of a building in the Netherlands. It was used to indicate that this building is a pharmacy.

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Gaper Leiden

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Apothecaries, Pharmacy

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Great piece

Great piece

In uniform

Photo by Pancras van der Vlist.

Gravenstraat 20 Amsterdam

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Gaper

Gaper A gaper is a stone or wooden head, often depicting a Moor, on the front of a building in the Netherlands. It was used to indicate that this building is a pharmacy.

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