20 Sights in Amersfoort, Netherlands (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Amersfoort, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 20 sights are available in Amersfoort, Netherlands.

Sightseeing Tours in Amersfoort

1. Het Hammetje

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't Hammetje, also known as Hammetjes Paradijs, officially Ham Viswaterplas, is a plot with a fairytale fort on the Domstraat north of the canalized river Laak near the Vathorst district in Amersfoort. The structure is a folly and previously did not have the function of a fortress. It has two towers, William I and William II. Part of the 8-hectare site consists of a desanding lake that was dug to enable the construction of the A28 motorway.

Wikipedia: 't Hammetje (NL)

2. Vishal

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The fish hall of Amersfoort is a small canopy that used to serve as a fish hall. It is located on the Vismarkt, at the intersection between the Langestraat and the Kortegracht and Langegracht. The building dates from 1657 and was used for preparing and selling fish. In 1988 the fish hall was moved back to its original and current location after it had been moved to the Lieve Vrouwenkerhof from 1856.

Wikipedia: Vishal (Amersfoort) (NL)

3. Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren

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Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren

The Onze-Lieve-Vrouwetoren is a church tower in Amersfoort. The Late Gothic building is 98.33 metres tall and reaches high above the inner city. It is one of the most eye-catching monuments in town and the third highest church tower in the Netherlands. The nickname of the tower is Lange Jan. The church that belonged to the tower was destroyed by a gunpowder explosion in the 18th century.

Wikipedia: Onze Lieve Vrouwetoren (EN), Website

4. Kamperbinnenpoort

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The Kamperbinnenpoort is a city gate in the Dutch city of Amersfoort. The land gate is located on the north side of the city center between the Langestraat and the Kamp and belongs to the first city wall of Amersfoort. It is one of the last remnants of this first city wall, the structure of which can still be seen in the Wall Houses, to which the gate is attached.

Wikipedia: Kamperbinnenpoort (NL)

5. Sint-Franciscus-Xaveriuskerk

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The St. Francis Xavier Church is a church building on 't Zand in Amersfoort, the building and the religious community are part of the Roman Catholic parish of Our Lady of Amersfoort. Wilhelmus Franciscus Nicolaus van Rootselaar, the first municipal archivist of Amersfoort, and the founder of the Flehite Antiquarian Society, was chaplain there from 1875 to 1892.

Wikipedia: Sint-Franciscus-Xaveriuskerk (Amersfoort) (NL), Website

6. Sint Ansfriduskerk

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The Sint-Ansfridus Church is a Roman Catholic church building in the Bergkwartier district of Amersfoort. The church is dedicated to Saint Ansfridus. Since 2010, the church has been part of the Parish of Our Lady of Amersfoort, in which all Roman Catholic churches of Amersfoort and the surrounding area have merged. The church is a municipal monument.

Wikipedia: Sint-Ansfriduskerk (NL), Website

7. Sint-Joriskerk

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St. George's Church is a three-aisled hall church in the city of Amersfoort, Utrecht, located on the Hof. The church is used by the Reformed District Congregation of Sint Joris Church of the Protestant Municipality of Amersfoort. This district congregation counts itself as part of the movement of the Reformed Association.

Wikipedia: Sint-Joriskerk (Amersfoort) (NL), Website

8. Belgenmonument

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The Belgians Monument is a monument on the Amersfoortse Berg in Amersfoort, the Netherlands. Belgian soldiers built it to commemorate the internment in the Netherlands during the First World War as a job creation and learning project. It is the largest monument in the Netherlands in terms of size.

Wikipedia: Belgenmonument (Amersfoort) (NL)

9. Monnikendam

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The Monnikendam is a water gate in the Dutch city of Amersfoort. Under this water gate, the water of the Heiligenbergerbeek flows into the city centre. The gate consists of two towers, which are connected by a gate arch, and is located on the east side of the city center.

Wikipedia: Monnikendam (waterpoort) (NL)

10. Genista

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Villa Genista is a national monument in the Berg van Amersfoort district in the Dutch province of Utrecht. The city half-timbered villa is located halfway along the Amersfoortse Berg at Utrechtseweg 106. The front is oriented towards the meeting point of five roads.

Wikipedia: Villa Genista (NL)

11. Amersfoortse Kei

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The Amersfoortse Kei is a large boulder in Amersfoort, to which the city owes the nickname Keistad and its inhabitants the nickname Keientrekkers. The Amersfoortse Kei weighs 7157 kg, has a height of 2 meters and a circumference of 5.25 meters.

Wikipedia: Amersfoortse Kei (NL)

12. Koppelpoort

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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.

Wikipedia: Koppelpoort (EN)

13. Rietveldpaviljoen

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Rietveldpaviljoen John Boers / CC BY-SA 3.0 nl

The Zonnehof is an exhibition building in the city of Amersfoort in Utrecht, designed by Gerrit Rietveld. The building in the style of the new building was opened in 1959. Rietveld also designed furniture and showcases for the building.

Wikipedia: De Zonnehof (NL)

14. Park Randenbroek

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Randenbroek is an originally medieval house and estate, now a city park in Amersfoort, located on the edge of a swampy area (broek), on one of the sandy heights east of the Heiligenbergerbeek that runs along the Utrechtse Heuvelrug.

Wikipedia: Randenbroek (park) (NL)

15. Evangelisch-Lutherse kerk

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The Lutheran Church in Amersfoort is a church building on the Langestraat, used by the Lutheran community of Amersfoort. The municipality consists of about 120 registered members, from the Eemland and the northwest of the Veluwe.

Wikipedia: Lutherse kerk (Amersfoort) (NL), Website, Facebook

16. De Flint

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Flint, formerly De Flint, is a theatre in the centre of Amersfoort, Netherlands built in 1977. It was designed by Onno Greiner. The Flint programme includes play, musicals, cabaret and performances for children.

Wikipedia: Flint (theatre) (EN), Website

17. De Viking

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The Viking is a sculpture by the Swedish sculptor Calle Örnemark. The assemblage of wood refers to the legendary Viking Björn Järnsida and is located in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, in the Liendert district.

Wikipedia: De Viking (NL)

18. Grafheuvel Monnikenbosch

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Burial mound Monnikenbosch is a prehistoric burial mound on the Zandlaan in Soest, between Amersfoort and Soest. The hill is located in the middle of the Monnikenbos nature reserve and is a national monument.

Wikipedia: Grafheuvel Monnikenbosch (NL)

19. Kunsthal KAdE

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Kunsthal KAdE is an exhibition space in the city of Amersfoort in Utrecht. Together with Museum Flehite, the Mondrian House and the FASadE Architecture Centre, KAdE is part of the Amersfoort in C Foundation.

Wikipedia: Kunsthal KAdE (NL), Website

20. Bergkerk

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The Bergkerk is a church building in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, and is located at the address Dr. A. Kuyperlaan 2. The church that uses the building is part of the Protestant municipality of Amersfoort.

Wikipedia: Bergkerk (Amersfoort) (NL), Website


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