Here you can find interesting sights in Katwijk, 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 Katwijk, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Katwijk
1. Villa Allegonda
Villa Allegonda is a villa in the northwest of Katwijk aan Zee, in the Dutch province of South Holland. In 1957 it was converted into Hotel Savoy. Martin Kornet sold the hotel in September 2015, after 45 years. Villa Allegonda occupies an important place in the history of modern architecture. The new owner wants to restore villa Allegonda to its original state. In the summer of 2016, the building was thoroughly renovated and at the beginning of 2018 the villa is for the most part back in its original state.
The Vuurbaak van Katwijk aan Zee is a Dutch lighthouse in Katwijk aan Zee, in South Holland, on the North Sea. It is the second oldest lighthouse in the country; only the Brandaris (1594) is older. The lighthouse was essentially just a 12-metre-tall (39 ft) tower on top of which a fire was lit whenever Katwijker fishers were out at sea. The fire was replaced with an oil lamp in the mid-19th century; by the early 1900s there were no fishing vessels from Katwijk and the lighthouse became inactive.
The andreas Church in katwijk, on the seashore in the highlands of southern Holland, is on the boulevard. The church was named after the apostle andreas and included fishermen's cannon fodder. katwijk's weapon is an acid blue male animal cross on a silver ceiling. The local church is also known as the Old Church and, to a greater extent, the White Church. Organ is one of the hill organs. The 1,400-seat church is now home to a Dutch Protestant church.
4. Katwijks museum
The Katwijks Museum is located in the centre of the former fishing village of Katwijk in the Dutch province of South Holland. The museum, located at Voorstraat 46, combines a collection of paintings by Dutch and foreign painters, who were attracted by the Katwijk artists' colony, with a collection of local and regional attractions.
5. Freedom Forward
The monument to the Engelandvaarders in Katwijk in the Dutch province of South Holland, is a memorial site dedicated to Engelandvaarders, people who tried to come to England from the Netherlands by sea in the Second World War (1940-'45).
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