Leeuwenbergh was hoisted onto this place Ms. Joffer av Agnes van Leeuwenbergh cheprse and in the year 1794 Transformed into Military Barracks [second gable stone illegible] This building was used from 1930-2004 as a church by the Leeuwenbergh community in which the Utrecht department collaborated with the Association of Liberal Reformed in the Netherlands and […]
Leeuwenbergh guest house Plague hospital built in 1567 from a bequest of Agnes van Leeuwenbergh. nearly rebuilt in 1678 after a city fire. Converted into military barracks in 1794. University building from 1845 to 1930. Church building ever since. Restored in 1881, 1930 and 1977.
Clausstral house of St. Peter. Original rear facade of a house of a canon of the Pieterskerk. This site became a facade in the 17th century. In 1744 (right) and 1756 (left) Jacob Maret was commissioned by the owner D.J. van Tuyll van Seroeskerken van Zuylen to build a facade of Blue limestone. The top […]
The built of the Saint Willibrord Church in Utrecht was initiated in 1875, by design of the Dutch architect Alfred Tepe (1840-1920). The neo-gothic church is also a creation of the Saint Bernulphus guild, an association founded in 1869 consisting of priests and artists.The woodcarving has been made in the studio of Friedrich Wilhelm Mengelberg […]
Legend: 1. Roman remainders 2. Holy Cross Chapel until 1826 3. Saint Salvator’s Church until 1587 4. Part of the Dom Church that collapsed in 1674 5. Buildings in 1955 6. Dom Church, monastery entrance and tower
This is the sidewall dating from around 1540 of a medieval home owned by the prebendary (choir master) of the former Oudmunster church, or St Salvator church (circumference in the paving of the Domplein). It is a fine example of early renaissance architecture with sculptures and cramp-irons. The masonry originally was painted red with white […]
“Piety, beauty, youth, death, madness and old age congregated here” Clare Lennart wrote this in 1960 about the Nicolas Graveyard (Nicolaaskerkhof). Clare Lennart was born in 1899 in Hattem and came in 1926 to Utrecht. She lived here until her death in 1972.
The monastery, which was founded in 1420, got around 1515 a new double chapel along the street. In 1674 it became a children’s home for city crafmanship, after which it became a barracks in 1830. During the renovations for the Central Museum in 1919, the chapel and main wing remained in existence, built on a […]
The construction of the late gothic cross basilica, part of the Carmelite Monastery, started in 1470. The nave of the church was completed in 1551. The church became a cathedral in 1853. From 1895 to 1900, the church was expanded on the west side by design of A. Tepe.
Founded in 1412 and dedicated to Saint Ursula and the Eleven Thousand Virgins. The original chapel , which was transformed into the Lutherian Church in 1744, still exists, as do the cellars of the main building, which was located at the current location of the school building.