The city of Nijmegen was heavely damedged in World War 2. A lot of soldiers died for our liberation. This is the statue to remember them.
Here to see is our famous City Musichall, with its fantastic acoustic, which atracts great musicians to our town
Very old buildings have been resaurated and this one in our new cultural centre, is beautifully lighted at night.
Our city has also two original Dutch windmills. You can visit them if you like and see the inner part of these buildings
A part of one of the oldest buildings in town, with a fine restaurant and a meseum-beer-brewery. The commanderie van St. Jan
You can visit the St Stevenskerk and climbe the tower aswell and have a magnificent view around Nijmegen
Visit the biblical open air museum.
For all those interested in ancient history and the holy land. There are replicas of houses and streets and performances.
Oranjesingel 2c, Nijmegen, 6511 NS, The Netherlands
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