Passing through the parliament and entering the old city, on our right is the House of the Noble Knights. The Knight's House was built between 1641-1674. It is a building with a history of more than three hundred years. It is in the Dutch Baroque style. Although not very high, it has an extraordinary bearing. There are statues of various figures on the roof of the front of the building, and it is said that the wall of the hall is decorated with more than 2,300 shields. The statue in front of the Noble House is the Swedish Emperor Gustav Adolf II.