|1||The oldest existing and dated sundial in The Netherlands with a polestyle is on the Jacobi church in Utrecht. (1463).
|2||A very beautiful dial in Groningen. Prinsenhof near Martini tower.|
The dial is made in 1731.
|3||A slightly inclined sundial in Breda. Width 10 meters. 1994.|
Haagse Beemden, shoping center Heksewiel.
|4||Jorwerd, Friesland. Small place in this province.|
Reading of the dial is limited because of its placement on a wall. Dated 1621.
|5||This modern sundial is erected in Eindhoven in 1982. Herinkhave 3.|
|6||A modern dial in Zoetermeer. (1993). Rokkeveen, Burg. Hoekstrapark.
2 equilateral triangles form the basic for the dialplate as well for the shadow casting device.
|7||Multi faced dial in Amsterdam, museum Huize van Loon, 1578.|
|8||Another multifaced dial in Vollenhove in the garden of the town hall.|
|9||Spherical dial in Groningen in private garden.|
Hourscale is in quarter hours.
|10||Sundial for blind children at blind institution Bartiméus at Zeist. (1991)|
An electronic device gives a beep when the equatorial disk is turned into the right position to the sun.
|11||Building a new sundial in Asten, province Brabant, at theVarendonck College, november 1996.
The dial is a meeting place for the students. Black and white picture from newspaper.
|12||And this is the result of the sundial in Asten.( in the rain ) Along the edge of the curved dial lights are placed
to show the time from a radio station so both modern and old time are exposed.|