De Zalm is the oldest inn in Gouda city, South Holland, Netherlands.

De Zalm
Native name
Brasserie - Bar De Zalm
HeadquartersMarkt 34,
2801 Gouda

In 1551, the inn was called the Old Salm or Gilded Salm. In 1688 was built the historic Waag building by the architect Pieter Post located next to the tavern.[citation needed]

The word zalm means salmon and its statue was returned to the roof in 2006.[1]

The building was enrolled as a national monument on 28 March 1966 in the monument register.[citation needed]

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References edit

  1. ^ "Uit eten in Gouda bij de Zalm" (in Dutch). Retrieved 10 March 2017.

Article contains translated text from De Zalm on the Dutch Wikipedia retrieved on 25 February 2017.

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  Media related to Markt 34, Gouda at Wikimedia Commons