The fine spire that graces the Delft skyline belongs to the New Church, which isn’t new at all—it was begun in 1383 and completed in 1510. Inside is the magnificent tomb of William of Orange; it was designed by Hendrick de Keyser and is decorated with a sculpture of William in full battle gear as well as figures representing Liberty, Justice, Valor, and Religion. The royal dead of the House of Orange-Nassau lie in a crypt beneath the remains of the founder of their line. The 109m-high (360-ft.) church tower is the second tallest in the country after Amsterdam’s Westerkerk; climb it for marvelous views over the town’s red rooftops.