5 Sights in Apeldoorn, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Apeldoorn, 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 5 sights are available in Apeldoorn, Netherlands.

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1. Apenheul

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Apenheul Primate Park is a zoo in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. It specializes in apes and monkeys. It opened in 1971 and was the first zoo in the world where monkeys could walk around freely in the forest and between the visitors. It started with just a few species, now it displays more than 30 different primates, among them bonobo, gorilla and orangutan.

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2. Koningin Wilhelmina

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The statue of Queen Wilhelmina stands for the Grote or Koninginnekerk on the Loolaan in Apeldoorn. The bronze statue is 1.92 m high and was manufactured by the artist Greet Grottendieck, commissioned by the Rotary Apeldoorn. The statue was unveiled on 5 September 1998 by Princess Margriet.

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3. Folly

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This is a (incomplete) chronological list, showing the place in the north of the railway, amersfort-deventer. An image is any three-dimensional work of art in which an image is used as a collective concept for sculptures, statues, installations, memorials, and other sculptures.

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4. CODA

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Coda is the cultural home of the Dutch city, with museums, public libraries and municipal archives. The design was designed by Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger. Coda is an acronym derived from the culture of rooftop cells.

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5. Barnabaskerk

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The Barnabas Church in Apeldoorn has been built a church building in cross shape. It was built in 1919-1920. It was designed by the Apeldoorn architect J. A. Heuvelink. The building is situated in the De Parken district.

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