Here you can find interesting sights in Zutphen, 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 7 sights are available in Zutphen, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
1. TOP Zutphen
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.
The Gideon Monument in Zutphen is a monument to the victims of Zutphen in World War II. The monument is a masonry fountain with a pillar in the middle bearing a statue of Gideon, a biblical figure symbolizing the small group's opposition to force majeure. The monument was designed by paul g é goire, IR. A.j. From Dester and G. H. Small wood. The disclosure took place on 10 April 1950. The monument was given a place in the convent court near the Brothers Church in Rose Ditch.
The dry tower, originally known as the Salt Gate (Salt Gate), was built in 1444-1446 and was the city gate of Zutphen. He only briefly served as the city gate because he was closed in 1465. The port building was named Drogenapstaat after the city musician tonis Drogenap began occupying the building in the mid-16th century.
4. Sint Walburgiskerk
Warburg Church, known locally as Warburg Church or Warburg Church, is the church of's Gravenhof in Zutphen, which has the oldest history and dates back to the 11th century. Today's church dates mainly to the first half of the 13th century; since the 16th century, it has maintained its contemporary appearance.
The Spanjaardspoort or Spanish gate was a Barbacane built in 1536 as an extension of the disappeared (old) Nieuwstadpoort or Diezerpoort in Zutphen, the Netherlands. The remains, the Voorpoort and part of the shield wall, are protected as a national monument and were restored in 1905 and in 1951-1952.
The Berkelpoort is a water gate and part of the Zutphense city wall and located on the eastern edge of the city center, over the small river Berkel. The gate was built in the 14th century to connect the two settlements on both sides of the Berkel.
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