Zuiderkerk is a two-aisled late Gothic church founded around 1423. It was mainly completed in 1458 and 75m high tower in 1524.

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Founded: 1423
Category: Religious sites in Netherlands

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Paola Monteiro (3 years ago)
Different from many historic churches I've been to.. Nice place to visit
Janneke Vanderweijden (4 years ago)
Good music venue, lovely to sing here...
Stephanie Abbott-van Groningen (5 years ago)
Beautiful building!
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