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Key Architecture Projects, alphabetical:

Isala College, Silvolde
Dates built: 1990-93, 1993-95
Design: Mecanoo architecten

Metzo College
Date built: 2007
Design: Erick van Egeraat, architect
Metzo College
photo © Christian Richters
Dutch college architecture

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Almere Masterplan
Rem Koolhaas
Almere Masterplan
image courtesy of the Office for Metropolitan Architecture
Almere Masterplan

Mecanoo architecten
Nijmegen building
photo © Christian Richters

Borneo Sporenburg : Houses
various architects incl. MVRDV
Borneo Amsterdam
picture © adrian welch
Borneo Houses

The main church in the central square, St Catherine’s Church (‘Catharinakerk’) was virtually destroyed in the World War II bombing and restoration took from 1948 to 1963. Although originally a Roman Catholic church, it became Dutch Reformed in 1591. There are two castles, ‘De Kelder’ (‘The Cellar’) and Slangenburg.

The city has three windmills. In the city centre, there is the already mentioned De Walmolen, the bottom of which now houses the city’s tourist office. In Dichteren, there is a mill called Aurora (Latin for ‘dawn’) and to the east of the city a mill called Benninkmolen. All these mills are open to visitors, usually open to all one weekday morning and at other times by appointment.
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