Here you can find interesting sights in Amersfoort, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Amersfoort, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
The Sint-Franciscus-Xaveriuskerk is a church building on 't Zand in Amersfoort, the building and the religious community are part of the Roman Catholic parish Our Lady of Amersfoort. Wilhelmus Franciscus Nicolaus van Rootselaar, the first municipal archivist of Amersfoort, and the founder of the Archaeological Association Flehite was there from 1875 to 1892 Kapelaan.
The inner gate of the camp is a still existing gate of the Dutch city. The country's port is located on the north side of the city center, between Long Street and the camp, and belongs to the city wall of the first city. This is one of the last remains of the first wall, the structure of which can still be seen on the wall, and the gate is fixed.
3. Sint Ansfriduskerk
The Church of St Ansfeld is a Roman Catholic church building located in a very beautiful area of the mountains. The church is dedicated to the holy impatiens. Since 2010, the church has been part of our Dear Family Wife Diocese, where all the families and regional Catholic churches are fused together. The church is a municipal monument.
The Belgian monument is a monument on the Amersfoortse Berg in Amersfoort. Belgian soldiers built it in memory of internment in the Netherlands during the First World War as a work creation and learning project. It is the largest monument in the Netherlands in size.
The Sinhalese Dam is a still-existing watergate in the Dutch city. Below this gate, the water from St. Mountain Creek flows into the city center. The gate consists of two towers connected by arches and is located on the east side of the city center.
The Koppelpoort is a medieval gate in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, province of Utrecht. Completed around 1425, it combines land and water-gates, and is part of the second city wall of Amersfoort, which was constructed between 1380 and 1450.
8. Park Randenbroek
Randenbroek is a originally medieval house and estate, now Stadspark in Amersfoort, located on the edge of a swampy area (pants), on one of the sand heights east of the Heiligenbergerbeek that runs along the Utrechtse Heuvelrug.
9. De Viking
The Viking is a picture of the Swedish sculptor Calle Örnemark. The assembly of wood refers to the legendary Viking Björn Järnsida and is located in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, in the Liendert district.
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