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New church, haarlem, the Netherlands

The new church in Haarlem. The original building was completed in 1613, but replaced in 1649. Only the tower remains from the original structure. It was the first non-roman catholic stone church in city of Haarlem. It's located in the south of the city centre, in a beautiful neighborhood called the 'vijfhoek'.

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Uploaded: 10/06/2014
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Tags: new; church; nieuwe; kerk; haarlem; netherlands; holland; nederland
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