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The Big or Eusebius Church in Arnhem has dominated the skyline of the city of Arnhem for more than five centuries now and tells the history of the capital of the province of Gelderland from the Middle Ages until the Second World War and the post-war...more
Really good views from the top and a lift gets you there a volunteer guide shows you around really good history in this church almost totally destroyed in 2nd world war there is a glass walk way at top surrounded by scaffolding at the minute...More
There's an amazing History to this church which I'm sure you're aware of.
We loved the sculpture of the paratroopers, my great uncle could well be one of those men.
I guess the main attraction for most people is the view of the bridge which...More
The architectural highlight of Arnhem is the "Big", Grote Kerk or Eusebius Church with its 93 meter or 302 feet high tower. It dominates Arnhem's skyline, Construction started in 1450, and it took over a century to complete. It was designed in the Nether Rhine...More
Church is under renovation and probably will be for a bit. Church was destroyed in war but rebuilt. Good info boards outside. Only downside was having to pay to go inside. I can understand charging for the elevator ride to the top of the tower...More
The tower is undergoing repair work, so is surrounded by scaffolding (so is ugly to look at). But, inside, there is a lift (elevator) that takes one up to the 8th floor where they can get views of the city. If one dares, they can...More
Beside the Carillons, this church has more to offer. The panoramic lift can take you up to 73 meters high, where you can enjoy a panoramic view over Arnhem and its surroundings. It is more convenient.
The interior of the church is equally beautiful in...More
Yes, it is!. This church was rebuilt after it's destroyed in the WW2. The church is quite big and at this moment there is an exposition of the small statues from the church's roof. I'm not sure if this church still has services because I...More