10 Sights in Breda, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Breda, 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 10 sights are available in Breda, Netherlands.

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1. Generał Maczek 1892-1994

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Lieutenant General Stanisław Maczek was a Polish tank commander of World War II, whose division was instrumental in the Allied liberation of France, closing the Falaise pocket, resulting in the destruction of 14 German Wehrmacht and SS divisions. A veteran of World War I, the Polish–Ukrainian and Polish–Soviet Wars, Maczek was the commander of Poland's only major armoured formation during the September 1939 campaign, and later commanded a Polish armoured formation in France in 1940. He was the commander of the famous 1st Polish Armoured Division, and later of the I Polish Army Corps under Allied Command in 1942–45.

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2. Stads Archief Breda

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The Breda's Museum was founded in 1902 as the Stedelijk Museum for History and Archeology. As of January 1, 2017, the museum and Moti merged with the Breda Stedelijk Museum. It was located at the Parade in the new district of the Chassé Park in the Breda Centrum district in Breda. Together with the City Archives of Breda, it was located since December 18, 1998 in the 100 -year -old main building of the former Chassé barracks.

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3. Generaal Maczek Museum

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The General Maczek Museum is a museum in the North Brabant city of Breda. It was located until 2015 in the building on the Trip of Zoudtlandtkazerne. On March 31, 2020, the museum returned to the General Maczek Memorial on the Ettensebaan in Breda. The museum provides information about the life of, among others, the Polish General Maczek in the Second World War. Films were also shown and various publications were available.

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4. Spanjaardsgat

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The Spanjaardsgat is a water gate that is located between the grenade tower and the pigeon tower of the castle of Breda in the center of Breda. The Waterpoort can normally only be seen from the outside, but also from the castle site from the inside. It is located near the harbor.

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5. Wilhelminatoren

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The Watertoren on the Wilhelminasingel at the Wilhelminapark in Breda Center in Breda was designed by architect Jan Schotel in Neo-Renaissance style and was built in 1893-1894. The water tower has a height of 42.00 meters and has one water reservoir of 500 m3.

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6. Johanneskerk

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Johannes Church is an 1819 Protestant church building located in Printcenhage, now a Breda district in the northern Dutch province of Brabant. The church is in a neoclassical style and was designed by Nicolaas dispension, an engineer at Aquatic Nation.

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7. Begijnhof

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The Bread Making Court is a walled complex of houses and chapels located in the bread making center. Twenty-nine huts spread across two yards surround a herbal garden. There is also a figurine about two small playthings. It is near Falcon Mountain Park.

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8. Ruiterstandbeeld Stadhouder Willem III

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The monument of King-Stadhouder Willem III is a equestrian statue on Kasteelplein in the center of Breda. It is within walking distance of the castle of Breda and the Begijnhof. The statue was unveiled on October 8, 1921 and was designed by Toon Dupuis.

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9. Park Valkenberg

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Park Valkenberg is located in the city center of the Dutch city of Breda in the Valkenberg district. It is located on the transit route to Breda Central Station, behind the castle of Breda. The park used to be the garden of the castle.

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10. Grote Kerk

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The Grote Kerk or Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk is the most important monument and a landmark of Breda. The church is built in the Brabantine Gothic style. The tower of the church is 97 meters tall. The plan is in the shape of a Latin Cross.

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