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Here you can find interesting sights in Eindhoven, 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 Eindhoven, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Eindhoven
The Steentjeskerk is a church building from 1919 at St. Antoniusstraat 5-7 in the Strijp district of the municipality of Eindhoven, built for the parish of St. Anthony of Padua in Strijp. The official name of the church is Church of Saint Anthony of Padua and Our Lady ImmaculateLy Received. In short, the church was called St. Anthony's Church or St. Anthony's Church. Until 1971 it was used as a parish church. The building housed the Museum Kempenland from 1984 to 2001. The museum closed its doors on 8 January 2012. The building has been a national monument since 2001.
2. PreHistorisch Dorp
The preHistoric Village in Genneper Parken in Eindhoven is a historical open-air museum that is part of Eindhoven Museum. The museum shows 6 different eras through archaeological reconstructions of buildings and through living history: the time of hunters and gatherers, the time of the first farmers, the Indigenous-Roman period, the time of the Vikings and Franks, the time of trade and cities and the Eighty Years' War.
The Augustijnenkerk is a former church at Tramstraat 37 in the Dutch city of Eindhoven. The church was built at the end of the nineteenth century for the Augustinian fathers of the adjacent Mariënhage Monastery. The church was their property until December 2017; funeral insurer and caretaker DELA has since been the owner of the entire Mariënhage complex. The church is a national monument.
The Sint-Lambertuskerk is a Roman Catholic church in Eindhoven, named after Saint Lambert of Maastricht. It is a neo-Gothic cruciform basilica that was built in 1910-1911 to a design by Wolter te Riele from 1909. The church and the adjacent detached presbytery are both on the Dutch list of national monuments.
The Catharinakerk is a Roman Catholic church in the center of the Dutch city of Eindhoven, dedicated to Saint Catherine of Alexandria. The church is located on catharinaplein, at the beginning of Stratumseind and was built as a replacement for the dilapidated medieval St. Catherine's Church.
6. Sint Trudokerk
The Sint-Trudo church has traditionally been the parish church of Strijp. This was once an independent village and has been a district of Eindhoven since 1919. The current church building is located at Strijpsestraat 129.
7. Heilig Hartkerk
The Heilig Hartkerk is a former Roman Catholic church in Eindhoven. The church building was designed by architects Dom Paul Bellot and Hendrik Christiaan van de Leur, who also designed the adjacent presbytery.
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