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Stevenskerk, Nijmegen

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The architectural centerpiece of the town, Stevenskerk boasts a history spanning many centuries and remains an important part of Nijmegen's religious and social life. When you visit, you can hear the monumental organ, climb the 183 steps to the top of the tower, and see the burial vault of Catherine de Bourbon. Located in the city's historical center, the church provides the perfect setting for various special occassions, concerts, and private weddings. Check the website for an updated event calendar and visiting hours of the church's iconic tower. To visit Stevenskerk and get the most from your holiday in Nijmegen, create itinerary details personal to you using our Nijmegen itinerary maker.
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  • Wanted to see the organ. You can make beautiful pictures and quiet walking around. It is a beautiful church to visit.
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  • The Trost of Nijmegen. Recently restored. Well worth a visit. Also the stairs to the top of the tower.
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  • Open most of the time, and often a place for art-exhibits and nice concerts, centrally located with a Marketplace at the front and on mondays a secondhand-market which will be oftentimes more abundant...  more »
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  • Very memorable location. For four euro you can walk up the tower and view the city from above. You can see all sorts of interesting objects inside including bells and even a piece from a ww2 shrapnel. If you are lucky you can hear the bells right above you play.
  • Interior inside not so interesting but the outside area is beautiful and historical very interesting.
  • Beautiful church but a part of the church was destroyed in 1944 during Operation Market Garden of the allies.
  • A beautiful church, especially the gorgeously lit main tower at night and the creative bell tunes, that are played throughout the day.
  • Just beautiful and adds a lot to many views in the city. Walk around it and towards the river Waal also.