St. John's Cathedral ('s-Hertogenbosch)
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St. John's Cathedral ('s-Hertogenbosch)

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The Roman Catholic Cathedral Church of St. John (Sint-Janskathedraal in Dutch) in the city of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch), the Netherlands. Recently a restoration that lasted from 1999-2011 was completed, the complete facade and entrance were reconstructed.

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