Arnheim / Netherlands
Arnhem (Dutch: Arnhem) lies on the Lower Rhine in the Netherlands and has about 150,000 residents. The town was founded in the Middle Ages, but it was only in the 15th century that it experienced a boom. At this time the defenses of the city were built and the course of the Rhine has been changed so that the city became located at one of the branches of the Rhine. Later Arnhem became a rich place, a fact that was reflected in the many parks of the city.
Among the biggest attractions of the city are the Netherlands Open Air Museum Arnhem with historic architecture. Also the historic cellars in the Rijnstraat are impressive.
Of course, the parks are also worth a visit, just as the park Sonsbeek in the center of the town. In the south of the city the Park Zijpendaal with castle is worth seeing. Arnheim has otherwise a great art museum and a clock museum. As regardsd religious buildings worth visiting is the Eusebiuskerk. And also the everyday city of Arnhem is an experience: day and night lively, colorful and full of possibilities.