Bossche Broek - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
5211 JK 's-Hertogenbosch, Netherlands
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About Bossche Broek
The Bossche Broek is a nature reserve of 202 ha southeast of 's-Hertogenbosch in the valley of the Dommel , in the Dutch province of North Brabant. It is characterized by moderately nutrient-rich wet grasslands, partly in use as pasture, partly in hay meadow. In addition, there are many locks and a small wheel.
Attractions Near Bossche Broek
The Noordbrabants Museum is a museum for the art, culture and history of North Brabant . It is located in the former Gouvernementspaleis in the city center of the North Brabant capital 's-Hertogenbosch , on Verwersstraat . The collection includes both art and a historical collection. In addition to the permanent collection, there are always temporary exhibitions in the garden gallery and in the side wing of the museum.
The Design Museum Den Bosch is a museum for design and design in 's-Hertogenbosch . It specializes in ceramics and jewelry and is a member of the International Council of Museums and the Museums Association. The museum is one of the most important institutions in the Netherlands that collect and present the work of Dutch jewelery designers . It manages a collection of approximately 1500 pieces of jewelry.
The Cathedral Basilica of Sint Jan Evangelist, commonly referred to as St. John's Cathedral , in the city center of 's-Hertogenbosch is often regarded as the pinnacle of Brabant Gothic . The particularly harmonious interior is the result of the unity of style that was maintained throughout the building period from the end of the fourteenth to the beginning of the sixteenth century
Museum Slager is an art museum in the North Brabant capital 's-Hertogenbosch , dedicated to eight painters from three generations of one family, the Slager family. Behind the stately facades of Museum Slager, visitors will find a collection of paintings, drawings, etchings, watercolors and objects from this family of painters. The museum is located at Choorstraat 8.
The Jheronimus Bosch Art Center is dedicated entirely to the life and works of Hieronymus Bosch, who is also called Jeroen Bosch. The famous painter lived in Den Bosch from 1450 to 1516. A selection of contemporary works of art, inspired by, or associated with Bosch, is also part of the permanent exhibition. Some of the fantastic creatures and objects found in Bosch's paintings have been turned into sculptures and these may be found positioned around the exhibition space.
The Brabants Historisch Informatie Centrum in 's-Hertogenbosch is the Regional Historic Center for North Brabant , especially the northeastern part of this province. It functions as the State Archives in North Brabant and as the municipal archives and water board archives for a number of municipalities and water boards located in the northeastern part of this province.
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Discover More Attractions in North Brabant, Where Bossche Broek Is Located
North Brabant is a province in the south of the Netherlands. North Brabant is a haven for nature lovers. Its picturesque landscape features small historic villages, windmills and stunning castles such as Heeze, Heezwijk and Gemmert. For a change of scenery, travelers can visit Eindhoven. This industrial city features a number of art galleries and museums, such as Van Abbemuseum.