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The Nieuwe Kerk in Delft, Holland
Netherlands

The Nieuwe Kerk (new church) in Delft is built in the 15th century on the market of Delft in the center of the town. The tower is 108 meters high and it is the second highest church in Holland. It containes the shrine of King Willem van Oranje and beneath it is the tombe of the Dutch Royal family. 

Copyright: Willem schulte
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Caricate: 02/03/2010
Aggiornato: 10/09/2014
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Tags: church; religion; oranje; medeval; delft; nehterlands; holland; faith
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