Saint Radboud’s church in Jorwert is an early 12th-century Romanesque church with a long round closed choir and a late 12th-century tower. The church is largely built of tuffstone. In 1951 the tower collapsed, soon after it, it was rebuilt. The monumental Pipe organ of the church was built in 1799 by Albertus van Gruisen.

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Founded: 12th century
Category: Religious sites in Netherlands

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Willem W. (7 months ago)
Beautiful originally Romanesque church, beautifully situated in Jorwerd. Beautiful headstones and oak pulpit candle and hourglass stand.
Evelyne capel (9 months ago)
Beautiful old church, walking tour, wonderful. Look at the website for info. Really worth it.
Gea van Wieren (14 months ago)
Good place to be here.
Nico Van Der Wal (16 months ago)
Church and inn in Jorwert. Very cool village with a notary's house with tui behind it. A play is staged in that garden every year. Frisian style: elm loft stuff.
R Overal (2 years ago)
Nice place to come to your senses
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