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Dordrecht is located at a strategic junction of three rivers in the borderland between Holland and Brabant. The Earls of Holland and Dukes of Brabant were bitter rivals in the 13th and 14th century low lands. Once the city got the priviledge of imposing tax...More
I saw this building on accident. I took the water taxi from the place with all the windmills. Was looking and taking pictures as the boat pulled near to town, and saw this cool unique building. I would have walked near it and taken closer...More
I was walking through the haven this morning and I saw the gate and I knew I had to go there.I took some great pictures and stopped by to look at the boats and the water,it was really peaceful.A place full of history.
This is the only remaining citygate in Dordrecht... the foundations of this gate date back from the fourteenth century, but it's current state and look dates back from the 17th century. It is different from any other city gate that I have seen in the...More