7 Sights in Deventer, Netherlands (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Deventer, 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 7 sights are available in Deventer, Netherlands.

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1. Wilhelminafontein

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There is a Wilhelminafontein on the Brink in Deventer. The monument was unveiled in 1898 on the occasion of the inauguration of Queen Wilhelmina. The monument is by the Deventer city architect J. A. Mulock Houwer. The construction of this fountain had already been anticipated in 1893 - not as a Wilhelminamonument, when the Deventer Waterleiding was completed. Lack of money then forced to refrain from the construction. In 1898 the opportunity to install a fountain. The monument - of which the cast iron parts were cast at Nering Bögel - leans on those two thoughts. Unlike the inscription on the pedestal, the monument does not contain any references to the queen. On the pedestal is the Stedensmaag van Deventer, made by Wilhelmus Gerhardus van Poorten. It is equipped with a bay leaf and a shield on which the city coat of arms is printed.

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2. Broederenkerk

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The Church of Brothers, officially the Roman Catholic Church of St. Libney, is an underground church built between 1335 and 1338 to represent Britain's Eelonora, then the Duchess of Money. Before the church was built, about 1300 years ago, a monastery had been established in that place by a few Franciscan brothers. Although the brothers eventually left the monastery and church in 1579, their existence was reminded by the name of an informal but fully perfected religion. From 1579 to 1799, the church building was used by Protestants during a short break.

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3. Grote of Lebuïnuskerk

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The Cathedral or Lebuinus Church is a Gothic hall located in the Great Cemetery of the Great Cemetery. In the Middle Ages, it was the main church of the city and one of the main churches of the Air Law parish. During the brief existence of the Roman Catholic diocese, the Church of Lebuinus served as a cathedral (1559-1591). The church is in the "Top 100 National Preservation Monument Service" in 1990. The church is owned by the Protestant church, while the tower is owned by theists in the congregation.

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4. Proosdij

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Compensation in Devinster is the oldest existing Stone house in Holland. From the study of architectural history, it can be seen that the oldest core of the building can be traced back to about 1130, and is composed of sand and tuff supplied from the foramen ovale. On the second floor, at the top, there are remnants of three Romanesque windows. The house is located in Sandra Alley and Straw Market, in the heart of the old city.

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5. EICAS

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Museum eicas is a Dutch contemporary museum used to perform contemporary art in the devil. The museum eicas is aimed at a wide audience and takes the art of zero and zero motion as the breakthrough point. From there, it connects with contemporary non-figurative, research and innovative artists for exhibitions and activities such as concerts and lectures.

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6. Rijsterborgherpark

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The Rijsterborgherpark or Singelplantsoen is a city park in the city of Deventer designed in 1886 by Leonard Anthony Springer. It is located at Deventer Station and the city center. Popularly, this park is called the 'Old Park', this to distinguish it from the New Park at the Water Tower that was completed in 1914.

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7. Beestenmarkt

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The Beestenmarkt in the Dutch city of Deventer is a large square and parking lot just outside the old city in the Voorstad district, in a neighborhood that is also called the triangle. It is bordered by the Brinkgreverweg, the 1st Pauwenlandstraat and the Langerij.

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