Duivelshuis (House of the Devil)

This Renaissance building (1545) is named after the statues and mascarons which decorate its walls, which are purported to have been ordered by the former occupant of the house, the bloody general Maarten van Rossum , the boss of the army and of the Duke of Gueldre, Charles of Egmont, and an adversary of Charles Quint, who subsequently looked to punish the magistrates who refused to pave the steps of his staircase in gold.

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Grote of Eusebiuskerk
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This church was built in the 15th
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Nationaal Park Veluwezoom
Nationaal Park Veluwezoom
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Sonsbeek Park
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Markt
Markt
This long square is bordered by the
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Town Hall
Town Hall
This new town hall stands behind the
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Grote of Eusebiuskerk
Grote of Eusebiuskerk
This church was built in the 15th
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Town Hall
Town Hall
This new town hall stands behind the
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Grote of Eusebiuskerk
Grote of Eusebiuskerk
This church was built in the 15th
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Museum Modern voor Kunst van Arnhem
Museum Modern voor Kunst van Arnhem
This museum is part of a former 19th
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