5 Sights in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands (with Map and Images)
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Explore interesting sights in Kaatsheuvel, 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 5 sights are available in Kaatsheuvel, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Kaatsheuvel
1. Johannes de Doperkerk
The Sint-Johannes de Doperkerk is a Roman Catholic church in Kaatsheuvel. The architect is Cornelis van Hoof. Construction started in 1909 and in 1912 the church was inaugurated. It is a neo -gothic cross basilica with a double tower front and a double -ranges portal with Wimberg. The towers are approximately 59 meters high and are crowned by needle spiers. The church has a rounded choir just like the transepts. The interior of the church is covered by a yellow star vault. There are also stained glass windows in the church. The church has a wooden triumphal crossbeeld dating from 1750. The cross roads in the side aisles are from 1890. The church was restored in 2009 and is used to date by the Kaatsheuvel parish.
Aquanura is the name of a fountain system in the Efteling theme park in the Netherlands. The premiere took place on 31 May 2012 on the park's 60th anniversary, and it opened to the public the following day. The fountain was developed by WET Design, Efteling and Tebodin Consultants & Engineers. The fountain is the largest in Europe and the third largest in the world, after The Dubai Fountain and the Fountains of Bellagio, though it could better be compared as a smaller version of Disney's World of Color.
3. Efteling Museum
The Efteling Museum opened in 2003 in the De Efteling amusement park in the Noord-Brabant town of Kaatsheuvel on the renewed and extensive Anton Pieckplein. The museum, located in the former workshop of the design and development department, houses old ornaments, images and attributes of the park. For example, the first original flying Fakir can be seen, the speaking map, the first witches that were on top of the entrance gate to the Fairytale Forest and many dozens of molds of heads.
4. Baron 1898
Baron 1898 is a Dive Coaster produced by the Swiss manufacturer Bolliger & Mabillard located in the Efteling in Kaatsheuvel, The Netherlands. It opened on July 1, 2015. The coaster's soundtrack was created by the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra.
5. De Couwenbergh
The Couwenberg is a wind grist mill in Kaatsheuvel. It is a belt mill and an upper crawler that was built in 1849, commissioned by miller A. H. Couwenberg. In 1881 the mill burned down, but it was then restored.
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