Grote of Jacobijnerkerk

This 13C church was rebuilt in the 15 and 16C. It was laid waste again by the revolutionaries (Patriots) in 1795, during the Batavian Republic. The Nassau Friesians were buried here from 1588. The great organ chest (1727) is by Christian Müller. As the watch the orange-tree in copper that the overcome, it laid of orange (1663), to the south of the church, was formerly reserved to the family of the stathouder.

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Eewal
Eewal
This wide main road is lined with
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Hofplein
Hofplein
This square is dominated by the town
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Fries Museum / Verzetsmuseum
Fries Museum / Verzetsmuseum
This museum occupies two historic houses
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Fries Natuurmuseum
Fries Natuurmuseum
Located in an old orphanage from the 17C
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Grote Kerkstraat
Grote Kerkstraat
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Over de Kelders
Over de Kelders
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Eewal
Eewal
This wide main road is lined with
15 minutes
Hofplein
Hofplein
This square is dominated by the town
15 minutes
Grote Kerkstraat
Grote Kerkstraat
The tall where Mata Hari lived has
15 minutes
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Fries Museum / Verzetsmuseum
Fries Museum / Verzetsmuseum
This museum occupies two historic houses
120 minutes
Fries Natuurmuseum
Fries Natuurmuseum
Located in an old orphanage from the 17C
60 minutes
Museum Het Princessehof (Dutch Ceramics Museum)
Museum Het Princessehof (Dutch Ceramics Museum)
This 17C palace, the former residence of
120 minutes
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