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Broederenkerk and Dominican monastery, Zutphen
Netherlands

Founded in 1293 by Margaretha of Flanders, the Broederenkerk and Dominican monastery, became a Protestant church in 1826. It is currently the public library of Zutphen although there are highly disputed plans to move the library to nearby Warnsveld.

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