5 Sights in Roermond, Netherlands (with Map and Images)
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The Munsterkerk (Munster) is a 13th-century church dedicated to Our Lady in the Dutch town of Roermond. Its remarkable front towers are 55 meter in height. The Munsterkerk is one of the most important examples of Late Romanesque architecture in the Netherlands. The Roermond Minster is the only surviving part of an abbey, the rest of which was demolished in 1924. The church was renovated by architect P. J. H. Cuypers between 1863 and 1890; during this renovation, the two front towers were added while after a smaller baroque bell tower on the nave was removed, and the originally octagonal eastern towers were replaced by square ones. The renovation of the Roermond Minster was highly controversial, but Cuypers continued to renovate the Minster according to his plan.
2. Kepelse Meule
The Kepelse Meule or Molen on the Chapel is a former windmill on the Herkenbosscherweg 34 in Roermond. This round stone mill is furnished as a flour mill and was built as a ground sailor in 1882 as a replacement for the wooden standard mill from Leonard Janssen near the Bredeweg in Roermond that burned down in 1880. A few years after construction, the mill was raised to Beltmolen, where the structure was made cylindrical to use the existing mill cap. On February 13, 1896, a request was made to build a warehouse and placed a torque stones driven by a gas steam engine, which was later replaced by a gasoline engine and later by an electric motor.
3. Nationaal Indië Monument
The National East Indies monument 1945–1962 in Roermond, the Netherlands commemorates more than 6200 Dutch servicemen who died in either the former Dutch East Indies or New Guinea. The monument is located in the National Remembrance Park Roermond, which also has monuments dedicated to the civilians who died during that period, as well as Dutch servicemen who died in other missions since the start of the Korean War.
Cuypers House is a museum in a Mormon town, located at the Anex Studio, the former residence of architect pierre cuypers. From 1932 to 2009, the City Museum was established here. cuypershuis was founded in 2011 when the museum divided it into three parts: cuypershuis, the History House and the Municipality's collection of modern art.
5. Designer Outlet Roermond
The Designer Outlet Roermond is an Outlet Center of the British company McArthurGlen and offers 200 international designer brands. The center is located on the edge of the Roermond city center and was opened in November 2001. With more than 8 million visitors per year (2018), it is one of the biggest attractions in the Netherlands.
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