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Inner Haarlem Walk est un sentier en boucle de 9.7 kilomètres situé près de Haarlem, North Holland en Pays-Bas. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme facile. Le sentier est principalement utilisé pour la marche.

Distance: 9.7 km Dénivelé: 126 m Type d'itinéraire: Boucle

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voie aménagée

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vue panoramique

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site historique

Barathon

City walk through the green courtyards. A city walk through the provincial capital of Haarlem. The city of Godfired Bomans, Hildebrand and especially the Sint Bavo with its world famous Muller organ with more than 5000 pipes. The organ improvisation competition that is held every two years is unique in its kind. But of course Haarlem has much more. As a guideline, the VVV walks have been taken that take us past the courtyards and monuments. Haarlem has a lot of those courtyards. One is even more idyllic than the other. It was the church, the rich or the guilds who attached their name or institution to the courtyards where the poor widows could spend their last days. You could also buy in like the giant Daniel Cajanus. A Finn of birth of 2.6m, who had traveled around the world to monetize his appearance. For 2800 guilders (a capital at that time), he acquired a home in the Proveniershof. He could finally stand there. Haarlem is old and dates from the 10th century. Thanks to its favorable location on Het Spaarne, the city was able to grow to as many as 50,000 inhabitants. With its textile industry and its attraction for painters, it was one of the most important cities in the republic with Leiden. But when things went worse with the textile, things also went badly with Haarlem. The population dropped back to 20,000 souls. Between the two world wars a lot was built in Haarlem. Many new stores in Art Nouveaux or Artdecco style were added. The top was the V&D building by Jan Kuyt (1933). The walk also leads through the Haarlemmerhout. A traditionally known city park, where the well-to-do sought peace and where the Welgelegen Pavilion was built. It later became a palace, and is now the Provncie House of Haarlem.Look for the sculpture group of the Stastok family from the famous book by Hildebrand (the Camera Obscura). Vandalism has made it disappear (2010), but the statue of the writer is still there. Not to mention the oldest museum in the Netherlands: Het Teylers. Pieter (1702-1778), was an avid collector of all kinds of objects: such as rocks, fossils and physical devices. His house has been converted into a museum and in his will this rich cloth merchant left everything behind in a foundation. An impressive building, that museum. The walk starts and ends at the NS train station in Haarlem. Even such a beautiful Art Nouveau building.

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