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St Nicolaaskerk Marktplein Valkenswaard
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Sint-Nicolaaskerk Valkenswaard

Deze neogotische kerk aan de Markt stamt oorspronkelijk uit 1860 maar werd, door de snelle bevolkingsgroei, te klein en is daarom in 1927 afgebroken, op de toren na. In 1929 werd de vernieuwde kerk ingewijd. De bouwmeester was Jan Stuyt. De kerk bevat mooie gebrandschilderde ramen van Luc van Hoek, terwijl daarnaast in de Mariakapel ramen zijn van Jos Leurs uit 1992. De kerktoren toont een zeer karakteristiek silhouet. In deze toren hangt een carillon uit 1959, gegoten door Klokkengieterij Eijsbouts.

Copyright: J.w.a.a. wils andré
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Uppladdad: 09/12/2009
Uppdaterad: 09/11/2012
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