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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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We found this OK but nothing too exciting. We didn't want to climb the stairs to the tower so maybe that's why.
The stained glass was impressive but inside was basically a big empty shell with a mausoleum at the end.
Photo ops are better...More
Located in the most visited park of Delft and the attraction that you will see the most in any Delft’s souvenir, that is the New Church or the Nieuwe Kerk.
Easy to find it in the middle of the old town.
The tower offers a great view over Delft. Up in the tower balcony you really start to wonder how hard it must have been to build it that high... But it's not for people for claustrophobia! The stairs are long and tight... The church itself...More
I highly recommend a visit to the Nieuwe Kerk. It is incredibly grand, considering that Delft is a rather small town.
The interior had a lot of wood and exposed brick which gave it a warm welcoming atmosphere. Vermeer’s “tomb” is a stone plaque, on...More
Excellent exhibits with more than enough information unless you are a scholar. The church is almost overwhelming with its size and exposed brickwork. My friend asked me if there were many earthquakes in Delft. This wouldn’t stand a chance. Want to go back to hear...More
This was a very interesting place to visit. The interpretation was excellent and we both enjoyed finding the connection with our UK history. The climb up the tower is well worth it. The views are stunning and interesting to see the lay out of the...More