Arnhem. Crossroad A325 Nijmeegseplein
The provincial highway 325 connects the Dutch town of Arnhem with the German border, in the Nijmegen area. This traffic camera is installed at the exit of the town of Arnhem, near the large Nijmeegseplein crossroad. Here, the N325 (A325) and N225, leading to Utrecht, converge.
The highway was built during the Second World War, so the Dutch in the province of Gelderland know this road very well. The A325, in the suburb of Nijmegen, has a turn east to the German highway 9, which leads to Düsseldorf. The road, which runs from right to left, leads to the eastern part of Arnhem, where, in 1987, the Andrei Sakharov Bridge was built across the Lower Rhine River.
When traveling to the Netherlands by car, be sure to check out the historic building, Fort Westervoort. This landmark is located on the A325.
At the Nijmeegseplein intersection, the GelreDome football stadium, where the local football team holds its matches, is located. Built in 1998, the stadium seats 21,248 spectators during football matches, and the concert capacity of this site is 41,000 people.