Carillon, Apeldoorn - The Netherlands
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member superstein
N 52° 12.900 E 005° 57.789
31U E 702423 N 5789089
Quick Description: Carillon mounted in the old city hall from Apeldoorn.
Location: Gelderland, Netherlands
Date Posted: 3/5/2013 1:08:07 AM
Waymark Code: WMGGTW
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member lumbricus
Views: 21

Long Description:
Carillon mounted in the old city hall from Apeldoorn. The first town hall, built in 1842/1843 was rebuilt in 1898. In 1943, the top floor completely burned and only in 1977 it was completely restored Town Hall used again. There are three memorial stones in the wall to admire. The first stone of 1842, the first stone of the renovation in 1898 (photo below) and the first stone of the rebuilding in 1977.
Location:
Raadhuisplein 42
Apeldoorn, GLD Netherlands
3050RG


Who controls the carillon?: City of Apeldoorn

Number of bells: 52

Year of construction: 1/1/1842

Structure: Mounted on top of the City Hall

Schedule of regular public performances: Not listed

Location web page: Not listed

Visit Instructions:
An original photograph of the carillon is required. One of you and your crew doing your very best imitation of Quasimodo and/or Esmeralda will be most appreciated.
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