The triangular Grote Markt lies in the center of old Nijmegen.
In the square there is a statue of Mariken van Nieumeghen, the chief character in the 15th century mystery play of that name. According... more
The building of the Grote Kerk or St Stevenskerk began around 1260, and the first tower was built in 1307 and complete by around 1560.
This gothic church stands on a hill overlooking the Waal river.... more
Friday July 22, 2005
i was here again but only to pass the 4 days marches, big trafficproblem in and around Nijmegen, took us a long time to get out of the city but great to see.
Monday - July 17,... more
Really interesting museum commemorating Holland's occupation and subsequent liberation during WW2.
Groesbeek was the site of part of Operation Market Garden. American airborne troops dropped here and... more
VELORAMA National Bicycle Museum
A big collection of bicycles and other attributes from the first one until now.
Weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sundays and holidays from 11 a.m. to 5... more
St. Stevenskerk (St. Stephan's Church) with its radiating chapels as seen from Korenmarkt.
"In quanto a Nimega si puo dire che ha una certa somiglianza con Roma ... perche anch'essa sorge su sette......
Nijmegen, 15 kilometres South of my hometown Arnhem is the oldest town in The Netherlands. Already in the year 111 a.D. Roman emperor Trajanus gave the town it's cityrights and on the hill besides the...
Nijmegen is the oldest city in the Netherlands. This year (2005) it is 2000 years old and the whole year are party's and festivals in the city . It is close to the German Border.
It has a......