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aNGeL0FdEAth wrote a review Dec 2017
Dubai, United Arab Emirates385 contributions17 helpful votes
A history hungry hound can find this stone house hidden in an alley. Nothing much to see, but yeah, that's like the oldest stone building so it's a very good addition to a travelers memories.
Date of experience: December 2017
RHAHJ wrote a review Oct 2017
Nijmegen, The Netherlands1,953 contributions242 helpful votes
This is the oldest stone building in the Netherlands. Tourists can admire the old façade. A glass ceiling has been mounted over the alley in front, to protect the building from weather influences. People who like history should make sure to walk past this building, if they are in Deventer.…
Date of experience: October 2017
Solodam J wrote a review Aug 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands28,177 contributions829 helpful votes
Proosdij is the oldest stone house of the Netherlands, from 1130. The location is not easy to find, you have to look for it as it's in a kind of alley. It's now a state monument.
Date of experience: January 2017
WorldTravelOne wrote a review Aug 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands8,625 contributions341 helpful votes
It is amazing that there is still parts of the oldest house of the Netherlands in tact. It is not a museum that you can visit, but to see this building still standing is a miracle on its own.
Date of experience: August 2017