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In the middle of the Market you will find the new Church in Delft. This church dates back to 1300 and is famous for the tomb of William the silent and Royal crypt where most members of the Dutch Royal family are buried. In the Church is a scale...more
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The New Church and its tower were a great way to spend my afternoon.
Whilst climbing the 84m tower felt very precarious at times - the views were amazing and without a doubt worth it. They close the tower in bad weather, which is hardly...More
The Nieuwe Kerk in Delft stands on the picturesque Markt square, opposite to the ornate Stadhuis Delft. The same ticket works for both Oude and Nieuwe Kerk. An interesting feature of these churches is the wooden ceiling (in the case of the Nieuwe Kerk I...More
We were on a guided tour in Delft and dropped into Nieuwe Kerk not knowing the history and was very impressed with the beauty and peace of the interior. Well worth the time spent to read and see the royal house of the Netherlands family...More
This church is an important place in Dutch history, as the members of the royal house are buried here. You can climb the tower - but be careful, the steps are narrow and steep - and enjoy wonderful views over Delft and to Rotterdam and...More
It was a very special athmosphere once inside. The harmonic colour scheme, the rustic walls, the wooden cieling. It all came together in a fasinating way. In addition we found, the historic information presented along a red path, interesting. A nice surprise is a free...More
Anchoring one end of the main square of Delft, the Nieuwe Kerk is only new in the sense that it was built a few hundred years after the Oude Kerk. The church is renowned largely because William of Orange (1533-1584), hero of Dutch independence, is...More
The Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) is an important landmark in Dutch History. This Protestant Church is the tomb of William The Silent, the founding member of Dutch Revolution against the Spanish Empire. His descendants have been entombed here. The church has the 2nd highest clock...More