Het Goese Lyceum

THE ABANDONED SCHOOL IN THE NETHERLANDS


The ‘Goese Lyceum’ is an abandoned secondary school in Goes, a small town in the south-west of the Netherlands.

On the initiative of Dutch Minister Johan Rudolph Thorbecke they built a HBS ‘Hogere Burgerschool’ in Goes in 1865. In 1946 the school started a gymnasium and in 1986 it merged with the ‘Burgemeester Van Dusseldorpschool’, founded in 1939 and named after the mayor of Goes. In 1960 the current school buildings were built and connected to the old Dusseldorpschool.

The ‘Goese Lyceum’ moved in 2014 to a new modern school. The old buildings were abandoned. The old ‘Dusseldorpschool’ is protected, but the newer parts of the school were demolished early 2015. I visited the school in 2014. See more abandoned schools here.

Built 1939
Abandoned 2014
Demolished 2015
Het Goese Lyceum
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Het Goese Lyceum
Het Goese Lyceum
Het Goese Lyceum
pontes goes lyceum ulo mavo
pontes goes lyceum ulo mavo
pontes goes lyceum ulo mavo
pontes goes lyceum ulo mavo
pontes goes lyceum ulo mavo
Het Goese Lyceum
Het Goese Lyceum
Het Goese Lyceum


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