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Groningen

The beautifully diverse Groningen is a unique fusion of stories dating back thousands of years and a thriving modern cultural scene. The city, one of the largest in the north of the Netherlands, continues to transform every day - thanks in part to its large student population. Over the last few hundred years, Groningen has grown from one of the most important trading centres of the medieval period to a must-see destination for innovative venues, art and music. Explore the collections of the iconic Groninger museum, climb the Martinitoren tower which stood tall through the flattening of the city in World War II, or take a cycle through the colourful streets of the car-free city centre.



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Top things to see in Groningen

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Martinikerk and Martinitoren

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Groninger museum

Groninger museum

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Groningen University and Museum

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Groningen Synagogue

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Martinikerk and Martinitoren

Groningen, Netherlands

Martinikerk and Martinitoren

Groningen, Netherlands

The oldest church in Groningen and its tower withstood the fighting of World War II

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Groninger museum

Groninger museum

Groninger museum

Groninger museum

The striking Groninger museum houses paintings by Andy Warhol as well as new talent

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Groningen University and Museum

Groningen, Netherlands

Groningen University and Museum

Groningen, Netherlands

Dating back to the 1400s, the main university building’s museum celebrates the academic city

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Groningen Synagogue

Groningen Synagogue

Itinerary

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