The earliest recorded history of Elburg, located in Gelder, Netherland, dates the city as far back as 796 AD. Stone tools and pottery fragments found shows Elburg was once a Roman army camp. However, the city we see today did not come about until after the floods of 1392 and 1396. Built on a gridiron street plan, the moat and city wall which encircles this historical city is where it gains its nickname "the city fortress".
This street camera covers one of Elburg’s most lively streets. You can see the current events that are occurring along with weather conditions before visiting. Beautiful dutch architecture lines the road filled with shops and outdoor cafes. Day and night visibility, weather permitting.