Construction on Delft’s Nieuwe Kerk began in 1381; it was finally completed in 1655. Amazing views extend from the 108.75m-high tower: after climbing its 376 narrow, spiralling steps you can see as far as Rotterdam and Den Haag on a clear day. It’s the resting place of William of Orange (William the Silent), in a mausoleum designed by Hendrick de Keyser.

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