St-Stevenskerk (St Stephen's church)

This 13C Gothic church, extended in the 15C, is flanked by a square tower topped by an octagonal onion-domed little steeple (1604) where there is a bell (18C). It contains attractive furniture, including the tambour in the right arm of the transept( 1632), the Lords' bench (Renaissance), the Princes' bench (18C), the Renaissance pulpit and the organ chest (18C). From the top of the tower is an attractive panoramic view over the town and the Waal. In the Kronenburgerpark, see an old tower from the 15C surrounding wall.

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