This picture shows the Hartebrugkerk. It’s a local landmark and tourist attraction in the Dutch city of Leiden. Believe it or not, the Hartebrugkerk is a church. Several more Dutch churches have a similar appearance. It’s known as the “water authority” style.
I uploaded this picture to accompany a blog post about a walking route in Leiden. You can find out a little more about the Hartebrugkerk and the Water Authority style by visiting the relevant page: Exploring Leiden by Walking the Leiden Loop
Note: Clicking on the picture above will cause it to grow larger and make the details of the building easier to see.