Photographer's Note

Good Morning Everyone,

We had a most interesting exploration of the city of Arnhem.

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At one point, we came upon the church of Eusebius. We noticed that there was a balcony near the top of the tower and my husband and I were determined to investigate further.

St. Eusebius church also known as the Eusebiuskerk or the Grote Kerk, at 93 metres is the largest church, and the largest building in Arnhem, The Netherlands.

Notably the building contains an elevator that was added to the church in 1994, which allows visitors to travel to the top of the spire and view the city of Arnhem from its highest point.

Our friends Viviane, Chris, Christine and Will opted to have a coffee instead and went to the cafe opposite the doorway to the church.

At the top of the tower, there are two glass observation balconies, built in 2018. It is a little daunting to step on the glass floor, at first, but allows amazing views over the city.

The main photograph shows the cafe where our friends were waiting. Sadly, it began to rain a little so they had retreated under the canopy and we were unable to photograph them. You can also get a good impression of the neat, pedestrianised area, whilst to the left, is one of the church decorations, not normally viewed so closely.

I will add two more interesting views as workshops.

I wish we had had more time to explore this beautiful building but, time is at a premium when it is only a short visit.

Thank you for your interest, Bev :-)

jhm, ChrisJ, Fis2, ikeharel, ikeharel, jean113, aliabazari has marked this note useful

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