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Kennemerburg through the ages Part 5: City rights and City walls
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From 500 till 1080 AD there weren't any big changes to the town, but when Kennemerburgh got city rights in 1080 the building frenzy started...

First, city walls were built around the "center". Then canals were dug, and the St. Peter's church was extended. Also an abbey was added to the church. There was a new marketplace, with a market building. This trade made Kennemerburgh a very important city.

The majestic entrance to the fortified city...


The Market with market building, the little white building is the old fishmarket.


St. Peter's church with the abbey, this was renovated and extended in 1099 AD.


The watchtower with the main canal, you can't come in here without permission!!!


And the usual birds eye view...


See you next time when we visit our city in the late Middle Ages, trade is almost at it's height, and the city is flourishing...



Comments

 I like it 
  November 27, 2011
Nice walls, I like the technique used to make the entrance to the city! =)
 I like it 
  November 27, 2011
Nice walls, I like the technique used to make the entrance to the city! =)
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  September 28, 2009
Creative way to make the walls of the city!
 
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