Here you can find interesting sights in Wageningen, 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 8 sights are available in Wageningen, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Wageningen
1. Grote Kerk
The Grote or Johannes de Doperkerk is a three-aisled cruciform church on the Markt in Wageningen in the Dutch province of Gelderland. The first church on this site was built in Romanesque style after Wageningen received city rights in 1263. In the 15th century, the church was extended with a north aisle in Gothic style. In the 16th century, the rest of the church was also rebuilt in this style. In 1861-1862 the church was restored under the direction of the architect L. H. Eberson, with the tower being provided with four later strongly criticized gables. The church has the status of a national monument. In 1810 the church came into the possession of the Reformed Municipality of Wageningen, but the tower always remained in the possession of the civil municipality.
2. Het Depot
The picture library of the warehouse is an automobile museum. The museum has permanent and temporary exhibitions on contemporary sculpture. In the collection, people are the core, and the size of people can be found in the exhibition. Touch images are allowed and admission is free. The warehouse clearly defines itself as a museum, not a "sculpture gallery". The images in the warehouse are mainly purchased from artists.
3. Huize Sint Cunera
On this issue, I want to say that in my opinion, this is a very important issue. The sint cunera consists of 18th-century exterior walls used for two older deep houses with an alley in between. In 1710, by order of jacob van lawick, a new combined facade was set up in front of the house. Around 1740, the back was added with middle floor and debris. In 1934, the property was rebuilt.
4. De Vlijt
De Vlijt is a windmill located on the Harnjesweg 54 in Wageningen, Netherlands. Built in 1879 it has been in use ever since as a gristmill. The mill was built as a Smock mill and its four sails have a span of 22.30 meters. The mill was bought by the local government and restored in 1978, and it was listed as a national heritage site in 1970.
5. De Levenspoort
The Levenspoort is a Dutch war memorial in memory of the deportation of Jews from Wageningen and the surrounding area. It was commissioned by the Stichting Joods Gedenkteken Wageningen made by Yetty Alsace. The monument stands on the Walstraat in Wageningen and was inaugurated on 4 May 2000.
6. Johannes de Doperkerk
St. John's Church, St. John's Church, is the church where saints are born and masters are resurrected, and is the chariot church of Roman Catholicism. The church in 1925 is located in Mountain Street, which is also called Mountain Street Church in people's mouth.
7. De Casteelse Poort
The Casteelse Poort is a small museum in the Gelderland city of Wageningen. The museum offers both permanent and temporary exhibitions about the history of Wageningen, but also (sales) exhibitions of modern art in the so-called Coach House.
The Dijkstoelhuis is a national monument located on the Grebbedijk in Wageningen. The building was built in 1859-1860 for the dike chair of the polder district Wageningen and Bennekom. The building was designed by A. van der Steur jr.
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