Deinum Church

Deinum, Netherlands

The Protestant church of Deinum or Saint John the Baptist church is an early 13th-century building with a tower that dates from 1550-1567. The historic pipe organ was built in 1865 by Willem Hardorff from Leeuwarden.

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Founded: 13th century
Category: Religious sites in Netherlands

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Erwin Hoeksma (2 years ago)
Nice for concert
E Taekema (2 years ago)
Very beautiful church. Definitely worth a visit.
Thomas Veltman (3 years ago)
thea de vries (5 years ago)
Deinum is an eventful village!
Martin Bouma (6 years ago)
De kerk van Deinum is een bezichtiging waard!
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