Here you can find interesting sights in Scharwoude, 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 6 sights are available in Scharwoude, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
1. TOP De Hulk
The tourist transfer point (top) is a "natural node" from which various cycling, boating, skating and hiking routes begin. Each of the vertices can be identified on landmarks, using a type of obelisk in the eastern part of the country, thatched cottages in the Green Center and throwing an amazing pillar of information in the area & Battle and River Land. At the top, there are usually some seats, bicycle racks and road signs. The area's top Throw & Fight also always offers bike rentals, hotels, free toilets, anwb bike service boxes and vv information points.
2. Voormalige Westerpoort
The West Gate is the gate of the Dutch city horn (North Cave). The name of the West Exit refers to three independent ports. The first West Gate was built in 1415 or 1416, replaced in 1502 and demolished in 1806. In 1807, the last port was put into use, and it was not put into use until 1872. On the sidewalk in front of the current theatre, the park has pointed out where the first West Gate is located. In the low wall around the tree, there is also a plaque with Simon's drawings on it.
Oosterkerk or St. Anthony Church is a former Dutch Reformed Church in Hoorn, North Holland in the Netherlands. The church is a Rijksmonument and was designed in the Gothic style. The church's origins date back to 1450. The building that exists today was complete in 1616. Today, the church is a cultural center.
4. Jan Pieterszoon Coen
The statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen is a statue on the De Roode Steen square in the north-Dutch city of Hoorn of the VOC-Gouverneur Jan Pieterszoon Coen. The statue, by visual artist Ferdinand Leenhoff, has been there since 1893 and has been a national monument since 1965.
5. Claes Stapel's Hofje
The Big Bed or Big Bed Court is the former Women's Court in MunnickEnveld, a street in the city trumpet. The court was founded in 1682, circa 1870, and it was closed by street fencing. In 1954, the gates of the former Latin school entered the gates.
6. Vier handen
Truus Menger-Oversteegen was a Dutch sculptor and painter. During the Second World War she was a member of the anti-Nazi Dutch armed resistance and performed many resistance activities together with her sister Freddie Oversteegen and Hannie Schaft.
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