The Reformed church of Den Burg was built around 1400 on the boulder foundations of a Romanesque church. During the uprising of the Georgians at the end of the Second World War, the church was severely damaged. The striking building was restored immediately after the war.

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Founded: c. 1400
Category: Religious sites in Netherlands

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Eric Hennekam (2 years ago)
Beautiful church that suits Den Burg. With next to a real graveyard.
Vanessa Symalla (3 years ago)
Functionally designed building with no particular artistic or architectural value. Electrics mostly out of date. No or hardly any sockets and no public wifi available. Lamps do not meet modern energy saving standards. Ceiling significantly too high, so heating costs have to be immense. Not up-to-date!
Ank Van Putten (3 years ago)
This is our church where we feel at home
Tjûke Mar (3 years ago)
A pinned aunt who wants to take away € 2.50 "entrance fee" immediately upon arrival. And in a hospice. Outrageous, what a degeneration.
stone wood (4 years ago)
Mitten im schönen kleinen Ort
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