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Here you can find interesting sights in Haarlem, 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 9 sights are available in Haarlem, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Haarlem
1. Koepelkathedraal Sint Bavo
The Cathedral of Saint Bavo is a cathedral in Haarlem, the Netherlands, built by Joseph Cuypers from 1895 to 1930 to replace the former waterstaatskerk in the Jansstraat called the St. Joseph. That church was itself a replacement for the Sint-Bavokerk, that had been converted to Protestantism from Catholicism in 1578. The Cathedral of Saint Bavo now serves as the main cathedral for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Haarlem-Amsterdam. Within the cathedral, the former sacristy has been converted into a small museum (schatkamer) containing historical artefacts from Haarlem's Catholic past.
The Vredestempel in Haarlem is a monument in the form of a Roman temple built in 1648 on the occasion of the Peace of Münster. The structure is located in the Hortus Medicus and is located right behind the former guest rooms of the town hall. The column gallery was built in response to the closing of the peace of Westphalia, but mainly because of the peace of Münster, which is part of the Peace of Westphalia. As part of the boundary of the Hortus Medicus, it is designated as a national monument.
The Guldenbergspoort at Grote Houtstraat 9 in Haarlem was the gateway to the former Carmelite monastery, which existed from 1249 to 1578. The monastery complex largely occupied an area the size of the block bordered by the Grote Houtstraat, the Anegang, the Warmoesstraat and the Spekstraat. On the corner of spekstraat and warmoesstraat was the "Oude Vleeschhal", which was not part of the monastery complex.
4. Corrie ten Boom Museum
The Ten Boom Museum is a museum in Haarlem, the Netherlands, dedicated to The Hiding Place, the subject of a book by Corrie ten Boom. The house where the museum is located was purchased and restored in 1983 by the Corrie ten Boom Fellowship, a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation governed by a board of directors. Mike Evans serves as the chairman of the Board.
5. Frans Hals Museum Hal
Frans Hals Museum - Hal is one of the two locations of the Frans Hals Museum, located on the Grote Markt, Haarlem, Netherlands, where modern and contemporary art is on display in alternating presentations. The emphasis is on contemporary photograph and video presentations, with the focus on Man and society.
6. Grote of St. Bavokerk
The Grote Kerk or St.-Bavokerk is a Reformed Protestant church and former Catholic cathedral located on the central market square in the Dutch city of Haarlem. Another Haarlem church called the Cathedral of Saint Bavo now serves as the main cathedral for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Haarlem-Amsterdam.
The Bakenesserkerk is a former church and seat of the local archeological workgroup in Haarlem, Netherlands, on the Vrouwestraat 10. Its characteristic white tower can be seen in cityscapes of Haarlem. The entrance is opposite the rear entrance to the Teylers Hofje.
8. Archeologisch Museum Haarlem
The Archeologisch Museum Haarlem is a museum in the cellar of the Vleeshal on the Grote Markt in Haarlem, the Netherlands, dedicated to promoting interest and conserving the archeological heritage of Kennemerland.
9. De Adriaan
De Adriaan is a windmill in the Netherlands that burnt down in 1932 and was rebuilt in 2002. The original windmill dates from 1779 and the mill has been a distinctive part of the skyline of Haarlem for centuries.
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