Andrieskerk, Amerongen

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The Andrieskerk ("St. Andrew's church") is a nowadays Protestant church in the Dutch village of Amerongen. The church's history spans around seven centuries, beginning in the end of the 13th century, when everybody in western Europe had to be Roman Catholic. With the Reformation, the church became Protestant in 1582. It is currently used by the Reformed Municipal Parish of Amerongen.

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  • Grand tower visible from a long distance over the Rhine river basin. Not rich in furnishings as the creed still requires. 
    Grand tower visible from a long distance over the Rhine river basin. Not rich in furnishings as the creed still requires.  more »
  • We had a walk in the area of Heuvelrug and stopped for a while in Amerongen. The church was not open so just took some pictures and continued our trip 
    We had a walk in the area of Heuvelrug and stopped for a while in Amerongen. The church was not open so just took some pictures and continued our trip  more »
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  • A beautiful church and a beautiful place. Really worth to visit for a walk
  • Beautiful imposing church.

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