Here you can find interesting sights in Vlaardingen, 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 Vlaardingen, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
1. De Plantage
The Plantage, a park in the South Holland town of Schiedam, is located between Lange Nieuwstraat and Tuinlaan. It was built in 1767 by city architect Arij van Bol'es. At the time, the area was the green zone on the outskirts of Schiedam. In 1826 the Plantage was redesigned under the leadership of landscape architect Jan David Zocher. Around 1953 the plantation was redesigned by Jan Bijhouwer, who removed many nineteenth-century elements and, when asked, added a playground and a music stage. Bijhouwer collaborated with the head of the Plantsoendienst Schiedam, Engineer, Jan Jacob Schipper.
2. Diergaarde Blijdorp
Diergaarde Blijdorp, officially Rotterdam Zoo, is a zoo located in the northwestern part of Rotterdam. It is one of the oldest zoos in the Netherlands, and has been operated by the Stichting Koninklijke Rotterdamse Diergaarde. Divided into several zoogeographic regions, the 26-hectare (64.25-acre) Blijdorp Zoo boasts well over 180 species. It also has a shop, multiple cafes, and an information centre.
3. Liduina Basiliek
H's cathedral. Liduna and Our Dear Rose Sutra Wife is a neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church at the Shooting Dam, built between 1878 and 1881. The church is famous for its unique church and ST name. Membership base. This is a design, is a student, p. J. H. Lovely person. The church is dedicated to shooting at the sacred members of the dam
4. Museum Vlaardingen
Museum Vlaardingen is a museum in the South Holland city of Vlaardingen that focuses on the historical, current and future developments of the city of Vlaardingen. The museum is housed in a monumental building on the Museumkade, overlooking museum ship De Balder and the historic city crane.
5. Mevlana moskee
The Mevlana Mosque is a mosque in northwestern Rotterdam, Netherlands which serves mainly Turkish-Dutch Muslims. The mosque, named after Rumi, was built in 2001 and benefits from two minarets. The mosque was voted as Rotterdam's most attractive building in 2006.
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