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The Dutch Renaissance/Mannerist style (with typically Dutch gables and red Dutch brick façades) blossomed more fully in Nordic countries and Hanseatic cities than in its homeland.
The Green Gate (Brama Zielona) is one of the most notable tourist attractions in Gdańsk, Poland.
Examples of Dutch-gabled buildings can be found in historic cities across Europe such as Potsdam (Dutch Quarter), Friedrichstadt, Gdańsk and Gothenburg.
The mosque was built (1879) in Dutch East Indies architectural style with the combination of occidental and oriental features.
The mosque's stepped gables (trapgevel in Dutch) are reminiscent of Dutch Renaissance architectural style.
The style bore no direct relation to Renaissance or Italian Mannerism, but the name suggests a peculiarity that was a reaction to the classic style of the early Netherlandish painting.
Antwerp Mannerism may also be used to describe the style of architecture, which is loosely Mannerist, developed in Antwerp by about 1540, which was then influential all over Northern Europe.