Video of Eusebius Church
See also this Arnhem video of the Open Air Museum in Arnhem.
In the east of the Netherlands is Arnhem, in the city center is the Eusebius Church. Churches are spread all over Europe basically in the medieval villages and cities. The Eusebius church in Arnhem is typical and still in full glory. You can't go to Arnhem without visiting the church and take a look around from the belvedere at 73 meters.
Short course in history of St. Eusebius Church
1452 - Medieval, first stone laid by Duke Arnold of Egmond (1410 - 1473).
1452 to 1578 - Construction period, church built in several stages, from 1870 on several restorations.
The mausoleum of Karel van Egmond Count (hertog) of Gelre (1467- 1538) is to be found in the church.
20th September 1944 - Second World War St.Eusebius Church burnt out completely
1946 to 1961 - Finally the church is restored
1964 - The octagonal tower is finished highest point at 93 meters, the highest viewpoint, only 385 steps up from the bottom, is the outside panorama deck at 81 meters.
1961 - Placment of the chancel organ of organ building company van Vulpen (Utrecht).
1962 - The main organ, the Strümphler organ dates back to 1795 and is the replacement of the Wagner organ from 1770 which was destroyed completely in WWII.
1973 - 1981 church closed because of construction lacks.
1994 - A glass elevator added inside the tower up to the belvedere a lookout point with glazed sides at 73 meters.
1994 - Extension of the 49-bell carillon, the tower's carillon now contains 53 bells, The church bells are made up of seven bells.
Pictures inside the church can be found here: Inside Eusebius