St. Boniface Church

Leeuwarden, Netherlands

The Gothic revival Saint Boniface church was designed by Pierre Cuypers and built between 1882 and 1884. In the Church dedicated toSaint Boniface is a pipe organ built by the French organ builder Aristide Cavaillé-Coll. The organ was originally built for the Saint Willibrord College in Katwijk.



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Founded: 1882-1884
Category: Religious sites in Netherlands

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Sumanth Batthula (21 months ago)
Christmas day
Broekie Chan (2 years ago)
PokemonGo raid :3
Sah Lee (2 years ago)
The church where I attend sunday mass.
Yan Ulm (3 years ago)
Beautiful Church
Jaehyun Yang (4 years ago)
if you can go upto the bell tower of this church, you should go. you can have all the city looks from here.
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