Jan Steen is one of the famous Dutch painters of the Dutch Golden Age. He was born in Leiden, and the house he lived in at the end of his life was right next door to the house were a young Rembrandt was the apprentice of Jacob van Swanenburgh.
The Hooglandse Kerk in Leiden.
This is the area where Rembrandt van Rijn was born in 1606. His father was a miller, and the mill on the left is a replica of a mill he worked. His birthplace was off to the right of this photo. Unfortunately the Leiden council decided to demolish the house he was born in around 1920. What remains is a plaque on a modern apartment building. Luckily, we still can enjoy his paintings.