Ransdorp church tower

Ransdorp church tower

Ransdorp is a small (and picturesque) village in rural Amsterdam North. It is especially known for its very tall church tower.
The tower never got a spire, as they ran out of money in the mid-16th century.

The tower was built in the first part of the 16th century, the adjacent church is of a later date.

The tower is open to the public in the summer months and can be climbed (155 steps, beautiful view!)

Address:
Dorpsweg Ransdorp 57, Amsterdam
Web:
http://www.ransdorpertoren.nl/en/introduction/

Opening hours:
July and August 2016, every day except Mondays, from 11-5
And April, May and September only Saturday and Sunday 11-5.
Entrance fee:
E 0,50

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Church in Ransdorp

Church in Ransdorp

Ransdorp, with church tower

Ransdorp, with church tower

View from Ransdorp church tower

View from Ransdorp church tower

Village of Ransdorp, seen from church tower

Village of Ransdorp, seen from church tower