Here you can find interesting sights in Voorburg, 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 Voorburg, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Voorburg
1. De Salamander
The Salamander is a sawmill in leidschendam, The Netherlands. The mill was built in 1777 as a replacement for a burnt-out predecessor from the seventeenth century. It was in operation until 1953. The rotating movement of the mill is transferred to the sawing section with the help of drive belts, where luifers attached to the crankshaft set the two saw windows in motion. The Salamander has a crankshaft with four crutches, but only two of them are used. The two saw windows are linked to this. From the end of the 19th century, a steam engine was used to be able to saw even in windless conditions. This steam engine was fired with waste wood.
2. De Vlieger
De Vlieger is an oak, thatched ground sailer on the Essepad in the Dutch town of Voorburg. The mill was built in 1621, for the drainage of the Veen- and Binkhorstpolder. The mill replaced a mill from 1461, which in the opinion of the Water Board of Delfland and the local residents was in a bad place. However, the new building did not solve the problems, and in 1654 it was decided to build a second Veenmolen that was given the name De Nieuwe Veenmolen. In the 18th century the name was changed and the Binckhorstmolen was named after miller Arij de Vlieger.
3. Oude Kerk
The Oude Kerk is a Protestant church on the Herenstraat in the Dutch municipality of Rijswijk. The current church was built in the 15th century and is one of the oldest buildings in Rijswijk. What is special is that during this renovation the tower was built around, so that it is now in the church space.
4. Tuin van Hofwijck
Hofwijck is a mansion built for 17th-century politician Constantijn Huygens. It is located in Voorburg on the Vliet canal from The Hague to Leiden. Formal address of the cultural heritage is 2 Westeinde, Voorburg, the Netherlands, but its location today is better known as the Voorburg railway station.
Buitenplaats Leeuwenbergh was a country estate on the Westvlietweg in the Dutch town of Leidschendam, part of the Municipality of Leidschendam-Voorburg in South Holland. The house was originally founded around 1640 by Lenaert Kettingh, a member of the Hague midwifery.
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