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Top Bezienswaardigheden Doesburg

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Grote of Martinikerk
1 - Grote of Martinikerk

When entering the church you will be surprised by its beauty. The incidence of light is magnificent. The church has a long history dating back to 1228. Many disasters have hit the building and tower since then. In 1532 the church was rebuilt as a late Gothic basilica in Lower Rhine style and the size and rich finish show that Doesburg was an important Hanseatic city at the time.

Town hall
2 - Town hall

Doesburg Town Hall is a late Gothic town hall on the corner of Koepoortstraat and Roggestraat in the Gelderland town of Doesburg. The building was registered in the monument register as a national monument on 23 May 1966. The complex consists of the Schepenhuis, on the Koepoortstraat, and behind it the Wijnhuis.

de Waag
3 - de Waag

This weighing house was built in the 15th century. Trade goods were weighed here and equators (lifting beams) and balances were set up. As an important additional function, the "Bierhuys" was housed in the building, which was used as such from 1478 under the name "New Gelre". This makes it the longest existing catering facility in the Netherlands. The building was thoroughly renovated in 1947.

Passi d oro
4 - Passi d oro

On the IJsselkade is the artwork 'Passi d'Oro' ('Footsteps of gold') by the Italian artist Roberto Barni. The artwork consists of three males with golden faces, black hair and red coats. They seem to be walking from the IJssel, on their way to the center of Doesburg. Doesburg was once part of the large international European trade network of Hanseatic cities. A reference can be found in the pedestal of the work of art. This shows the map of Europe, so that the males walk across the country's borders in seven-league boots.

Het Arsenaal 1309
5 - Het Arsenaal 1309

The Arsenaal van Doesburg is one of the main buildings of a former medieval monastery, the Grote Convent. After the Reformation it was used for centuries as a barracks and weapons store. The Arsenaal has fallen into disrepair over the last eighty years, but it has now been completely restored and has become a hub of activity. You will also find the VVV van Doesburg in this building.

6 - Gildehof

The Gildehof is a cozy square, set up in the old style with various old crafts and nice shops. The square has an authentic appearance. Nice to visit!

Doesburgsche mosterd en azijnfabriek
7 - Doesburgsche mosterd en azijnfabriek

At this place you will find the Doesburgsche Mustard and Vinegar Factory. The museum was founded in 1974. In the museum you can view the old mills with associated equipment of various disappeared mustard factories ready for operation. Next to the museum is the Doesburgsche Mosterdfabriek, where the Doesburgsche Mosterd is still produced to this day.

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