Admire the towers and the iron drawbridge of the last remaining city gate of Delft, which was built around 1400.
The Oostpoort, also known as Sint-Catherine Gate, is the only remaining city gate of Delft. The gate was built around 1400 and the towers were raised in the 16th century. The Oostpoort consists of a land gate and a water gate that are connected by remains of a city wall. Nowadays, the building is used as a home and art gallery.
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