Here you can find interesting sights in Ouddorp, 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 Ouddorp, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Ouddorp
1. Eben Haëzer
The Eben-Haëzerkerk is a church building from 2013 on the Diependorst in Ouddorp, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The church building, a steel structure with roofing and four masonry extensions, is the largest in Goeree-Overflakkee with 1,071 places. It is 30.5 meters high at the spire, and the height of the church hall on the inside is 18.75 meters. The organ comes from the village church of hellerup in Denmark and was built in 1950 by organ maker Marcussen. The four chandeliers from the church are copies of the chandeliers in De Hoeksteen in Barneveld. The silver baptismal font and the silver sacrament set were donated to the church by a member of the congregation. The seats are folding wooden benches. Downstairs there are 889 places and on the gallery 182 places. The building was designed by Architectenbureau Born from Middelharnis.
2. De Zwaan
Korenmolen De Zwaan is a windmill on the Dorpsweg in Ouddorp on the island of Goeree-Overflakkee, in the Dutch province of South Holland. The mill was built in 1846 to replace a much smaller standerdmolen. This standerdmolen was demolished and moved to Brouwershaven. The Swan milled until 1975 on wind power; then an electric motor was placed that drove the track wheel. In 1981/1982 the mill was thoroughly restored and since then it can be ground again. The electric motor is still present, but because there is no longer a power connection, it can no longer run. In the mill there are three pairs of grinding stones. The tow latch work is arranged in reverse compared to most mills: the drive takes place at the bottom of the lazy table.
The Dorpskerk also known as the Maartenskerk in Ouddorp was completed in 1348 and is situated in the town's centre. The tower was completed in the early 16th-century. The church was completely renovated in the 18th-century. The church and tower are rijksmonuments, listed as number 16267 and 16268.
4. Duinboerderij Het Blaeuwe Huus
Blue House, an ancient dune farm in the old village of the Dutch province of South Holland, has been declared a national monument. According to the title of the farm, it was built in 1650 and is located in the Western Islands at that time. The barn of the farm was built from 1752 to 1825.
5. De Hoop
De Hoop ("Hope") is a flour windmill in Ouddorp built in 1845 and fully renovated in 1984. It is one of the few windmills in the Netherlands that is still privately owned, and is still in full commercial operation.
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