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

Here you can find interesting sights in Ede, 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 Ede, Netherlands.

List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Ede

1. Sint Antonius van Padua

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The Sint-Antonius van Paduakerk is a Roman Catholic church building in the town of Ede in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The church, built in 1952 and 1953, is dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua. The architect is Johannes Martinus van Hardeveld from Amsterdam. It is a municipal monument. The church is located on the Stationsweg, just north of the Ede-Wageningen station.

Wikipedia: Sint-Antonius van Paduakerk (Ede) (NL)

2. De Keetmolen

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De Keetmolen is a windmill in Ede, Netherlands. According to the inscription under the sails and the sign at the entrance, the mill was built in 1750. This is incorrect; according to municipal records, the building permit issued in 1856 stated that the mill should be built within two years. The mill was opened in 1858.

Wikipedia: De Keetmolen, Ede (EN)

3. Van Essenkazerne

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The Van Essen barracks is a former artillery barracks in the Gelderland town of Ede. Until the end of 2010, it was part of the Prins Mauritskazerne barracks complex, which also included the Arthur Kool barracks, Maurits barracks, Johan Willem Frisokazerne and P. L. Bergansius barracks.

Wikipedia: Van Essenkazerne (NL)

4. Arthur Kool kazerne

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The Arthur Koolkazerne is a former artillery barracks in the Gelderland town of Ede. Until the end of 2010, he was part of the Prins Mauritskazerne barracks complex, which also included the Van Essen barracks, Maurits barracks, Johan Willem Frisokazerne and P. L. Bergansius barracks.

Wikipedia: Arthur Koolkazerne (NL)

5. P.L. Bergansiuskazerne

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The P. L. Bergansius barracks is a former army barracks in the Gelderland town of Ede. Until the end of 2010, he was part of the Prins Mauritskazerne barracks complex, which also included the Johan Willem Frisokazerne, Mauritskazerne, Van Essenkazerne and Arthur Koolkazerne.

Wikipedia: P.L. Bergansiuskazerne (NL)

6. Maurits

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Maolites Barracks is a former infantry barracks located in the prime location of ede. He was part of the barracks complex Prince mauritskazerne until the end of 2010, which included the Essence Barracks, johan willem dissotokarne, arthur caarkaaren and pl. Borgansiuskazerne.

Wikipedia: Mauritskazerne (NL)

7. Oude Kerk

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The Oude Kerk in Ede is owned by the Reformed Church of Ede (PKN) and is used for church services on Sundays and Christian holidays. In addition, organ concerts and choral performances are regularly organized in the church. The tower is owned by the municipality of Ede.

Wikipedia: Oude Kerk (Ede) (NL)

8. Openluchttheater

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The amphitheater or other pits are Dutch amphitheaters built in 1936 as part of the work. Since 1911, the sand holes in this place have been excavated. An architect is a. The then director of municipal engineering refused.

Wikipedia: Openluchttheater (Ede) (NL)

9. Monument voor Bombardementsslachtoffers

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The monument for bombing victims in Ede was founded in memory of the victims of the bombing on September 17, 1944. The monument is located on the Parkweg in Ede-Zuid, near the junction with Johannes Bosboomlaan.

Wikipedia: Monument voor bombardementsslachtoffers (Ede) (NL)

10. Johan Willem Friso kazerne

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The Johan Willem Frisokazerne or JWF barracks is a former infantry barracks in the Gelderland town of Ede. Akoesticum has been located here since 2014; a national training centre for the performing arts.

Wikipedia: Johan Willem Frisokazerne (Ede) (NL)

Disclaimer Please be aware of your surroundings and do not enter private property. We are not liable for any damages that occur during the tours.

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