Explore interesting sights in Dordrecht, 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 10 sights are available in Dordrecht, Netherlands.Sightseeing Tours in Dordrecht
Bibelot is a music venue located in the Energiehuis in the Noordflank district, Dordrecht, province of South Holland. The stage is one of the core stages in the Netherlands, which also includes venues such as Paradiso and 013. Since its foundation in 1967, Bibelot has been known as the oldest music venue in the Netherlands. The broad programming consists of pop concerts, festivals and dance parties. In addition to a team of professionals, more than 100 volunteers work in Bibelot.
The Augustijnenkerk is a church in the city center of the city of Dordrecht, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The Augustinian church belonged to the Augustinian monastery and was originally built around 1293. In the second half of the 15th century, the church was extended with a side aisle. The façade, in classicist style, dates from 1773. The church was restored between 1994 and 1996 and has a Maarschalkerweerd organ from 1899.
3. Museum Mr. Simon Van Gijn
Huis van Gijn is a museum, located in two monumental buildings on the Nieuwe Haven in Dordrecht, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The main building is the former home of the name giver, Simon van Gijn. The museum is set up in such a way that it seems like time has stood still and the visitor can see what life looked like a hundred years and longer ago.
4. Kyck over den Dyck
Kyck over den Dyck is a windmill in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is the only preserved mill in that city. The original mill was built in 1612 and was a wooden post flour mill. This mill ground malt, which served as raw material for the Dordrecht beer brewers. In 1713 the small post mill was replaced by the current stone tower mill.
5. Grote of Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk
The Grote Kerk of Dordrecht, officially the Church of Our Lady is a large church in the Brabantine Gothic style, and the largest church in the city. It was built between 1284 and 1470, though some parts are newer. It became a Protestant church in 1572, and remains an active church, now owned by the Protestant Church in the Netherlands.
The City Hall in Dordrecht is a renaissance building decorated in neoclassic style on the Stadhuisplein and over one of the city harbors; the Voorstraathaven. It is the seat of the city's government, which first received city rights in 1220, and today it is still the place where residents often hold their civic wedding ceremonies.
The Catrijnepoort is a city gate in the South Holland city of Dordrecht. The gate is on the Hooikade along the Oude Maas and forms the closure of the Korte Engelenburgerkade. It is one of the two remaining city gates of Dordrecht; The other is the Groothoofdspoort. In the monument register the gate is listed as Catharijnepoort.
The Julianakerk is the church building of the Reformed Congregation in the city of Dordrecht, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The church was built in 1928 and has various characteristics of the Amsterdam School and is located on the corner of the Mauritsweg and Krispijnseweg.
9. Holland van 1859
De Holland van 1859 or simply De Holland is a 1939 building in Dordrecht to a design by the Dutch architect Sybold van Ravesteijn. The building has been designated a municipal monument since 2007. Above the entrance is a sculpture group by Willem van Kuilenburg.
10. De Wijnstok
The Church of Dubbeldam is a church in the old village of Dubbeldam, nowadays a district in the municipality of Dordrecht, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The church belongs to the Protestant Church in the Netherlands.
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