Here you can find interesting sights in Genderen, 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 5 sights are available in Genderen, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Genderen
1. Gedenkteken Stadhuisramp Heusden
On the evening of 4-5 November 1944, in South Holland, in the final months of World War II, there was an urban catastrophe. When the Allies advanced in Brabant, the German people sought redemption behind the new line of defense. They blew up the highest point, the city's city hall and the towers of two churches. The German people have done the same elsewhere to prevent the Allies from using tall buildings as watchtowers after crossing the loophole.
The ferry port, also known as Watergate, is a reconstructed city gate located in the city of North Brabant province. Until it was demolished, the gate was one of the gates of four cities. In 1579, the original gates remained while new fortifications were being designed, which were built between 1613 and 1620. The spring door has a small stone fortress outside the door. The current gate was built in 1974 and was built on the original foundation.
The Schrikmolen is a wind motor or rose mill. It stands in a floodplain of the Bergsche Maas in Genderen, in the North Brabant municipality of Altena. The wind engine was installed in 1917. After being shut down in 1979, the mill fell further and further into disrepair. A storm blew away the last remnants of the wheel in 2000. In 2004 a start was made with the restoration and in 2009 the wind engine was grinding again.
4. Molen III
Factory iii is one of three rolling mills and steel mills located on the defensive wall of the city. During the rebuilding of the fortress, the last of the three factories has been rebuilt. The building was completed in 1975. Mesh mesh during construction as an example.
5. Molen II
Mill II is one of the three walmolens that stand on the ramparts of the city of Heusden. The others are called Mill I and Mill III. The mill was built completely new in 1972-1973, only the upper axle was second-hand.
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