Here you can find interesting sights in Zoetermeer, 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 Zoetermeer, Netherlands.List of cities in Netherlands Sightseeing Tours in Zoetermeer
1. De Hoop
De Hoop is a round stone scaffolding mill from 1897 in Zoetermeer, South Holland. De Hoop was built to replace an earlier "wind and steam corn mill, also peeling mill" of Bastiaan Hoogenboezem on the same spot, which burned out in the early morning of January 16, 1897. Presumably this was an octagonal wooden mill. In 1936 the ongoing work from the mill was demolished and since then De Hoop was exclusively used as a grain silo. After a major restoration that lasted from 1983 to 1986, the mill was grindable again. Since then, grain has been ground weekly in the mill in a traditional way. On Fridays and Saturdays the mill shop is open and all kinds of baking supplies are sold. Most of these are produced in the mill.
The Nicolaaskerk is the third church at its current location at Dorpsstraat 24 in the old center of Zoetermeer. After the use of a clandestine church on the Voorweg, after the Batavian Republic, two plots of land could be purchased here and the first church for the parish was built. This became so bad in a short time that in 1857 a completely new church was needed. This church turned out to be too small after some time and on March 17, 1915, the first stone was laid for the current one. In 1916 the church was consecrated by the bishop Augustinus Callier of Haarlem. The current Nicolaaskerk is a national monument.
The Adventist Church is a relatively new church in the old village of Zoetermeer in the Dutch province of South Holland. On April 10, 1954, the members' meeting took the decision to buy the land. The church was designed by architect A. van Eck Wzn. from Voorburg. The design is in line with the Delft School. It was built in the period from the beginning of August to the beginning of December 1955 by contractor Bontebal from Zoetermeer. The church was consecrated on December 20, 1955. In 2006, the municipality of Zoetermeer placed the building on the list of municipal monuments.
4. Oude Kerk
Oude Kerk in Zoetermeer is a reformed church in the old heart of the village, built in the period 1785-1787 by the Italian architect Jan Giudici. The church is of the cruciform church type, although the church appears square from the outside. It is Zoetermeer's oldest building, with the tower from 1642, and the brick base from the 15th century. On this spot of the current old church there was probably already a church in 1296. The old church at Dorpsstraat 59 has been a national monument since its restoration in 1970 by Piet van de Sterre from Leiderdorp.
The Pelgrimskerk is a church in the old village of the Dutch town of Zoetermeer. The church and the adjacent presbytery were designed by architect B. W. Plooij from Amersfoort and were built in 1932. The church is in business expressionist style. Characteristic are the intersecting gable roofs and the parabolic spire. The building can accommodate about 350 people.
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