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Here you can find interesting sights in Kampen, 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 Kampen, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Kampen
1. TOP Kampen
A tourist transfer point (TOP) is a 'natural junction', where various cycling, sailing, skate and walking routes start. Each top is recognizable by the landmark, a kind of obelisk is used in the east of the country, a grass hall in the Groene Hart and a strikingly large information column in the Gooi & Vecht region and Rivierenland region. At tops there are often also a few seats, a bicycle rack and a signpost. Tops in the Gooi & Vecht region are also always equipped with a bicycle rental, hospitality, (free) toilets, an ANWB bicycle service box and a VVV information point.
Brothers Gate is one of the remaining three campsite city gates. Brothers Gate is located on the side of the park at the end of Brothers Road. On this side, not a stone wall, but a soil berm to protect the city. The port was moved to its current location in 1465. The original gate is located on the city canal on the ridge.
The Bovenkerk is a large, Gothic church and the most striking element on the skyline of Kampen, Overijssel, Netherlands. The interior of the church contains an early-Renaissance choir screen, a stone pulpit and a monumental organ. The church has 1,250 seats. It is a Reformed church.
4. Kleinste huisje van Kampen
The Smallest House of Kampen is a two-room house at Burgwal 98 in Kampen. It is the smallest house in Kampen. It is only 1.4 meters wide and 4.5 meters deep. The spout façade with a profiled natural stone shoulder piece suggests that the building was originally used as a warehouse.
The Cellebroederspoort is one of the three Kamper city gates that remain. The Cellebroederspoort is located on the park side at the end of the Cellebroedersweg. On this side was not a stone city wall but an earthen wall to defend the city.
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