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Arnhem

Arnhem

Famed for being of the most significant sites of conflict between the Allied troops and German military during World War II, the Dutch city of Arnhem dates back to 1233. Located on the Rhine, Arnhem developed a reputation for being a genteel resort town famous for its picturesque beauty, a haven for rich former sugar barons or planters from the Indies.
Highlights in this quaint city include the Groote Kerk built from 1452 to 1560 and the Netherlands Open Air Museum, offering a unique insight into Dutch heritage over the centuries.