Mosques in the Netherlands
This list summarizes the mosques in the Netherlands. As of 2010, there are 453 mosques in the Netherlands.
Stieltjeskerk
The Martyrs of Gorcum Church -known as the Stieltjeskerk, was a Roman Catholic church in Rotterdam. Rotterdam and its harbor underwent a tremendous growth in the second half of the 19th century. The d...
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Martinitoren
The Martinitoren ([mɑrtinitʊːrən]; Martini or St. Martin's Tower) is the highest church steeple in the city of Groningen, Netherlands and the bell tower of the Martinikerk.The tower is located at the ...
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Wilhelminakerk
The Wilhelminakerk in Rotterdam, was built as a new district church of the then independent Dutch Reformed Church. Like the Koninginnekerk in Rotterdam this church was built thanks to a gift from the ...
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Great Synagogue of Deventer
The Great Synagogue of Deventer (Dutch: Grote Synagoge van Deventer) is a Jewish place of worship in Deventer, Overijssel.
This temple was built in 1892 by J.A. Mulock Houwer. It is a Neo-Rena...
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Pilgrim Fathers Church
The Old or Pilgrim Fathers' Church (Dutch: Oude of Pelgrimvaderskerk Rotterdam-Delfshaven) is a church located in Rotterdam-Delfshaven, in the Netherlands.
The history of the Old or Pilgrim Fa...
Pilgrim Fathers Church - Wikipedia
List of Imperial abbeys
Imperial abbeys (German: Reichsabteien, also Reichsklöster and Reichsstifte) were religious houses within the Holy Roman Empire which had been granted the status of imperial immediacy (Reichsunmit...
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Abdij Sion
6°11′35.7″E / 52.308500°N 6.193250°E / 52.308500; 6.193250Sion Abbey (Dutch: Abdij Sion) is an operational Trappist monastery in Diepenveen, Overijssel, Netherlands, in th...
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Klaarkamp Abbey
Klaarkamp Abbey (Dutch: Klooster Klaarkamp; Latin: Monasterium beatae Mariae de Claro Campo) was a Cistercian monastery in the community of Dongeradeel, about 4 kilometres southwest of Dokkum ...
Jacobikerk
The Jacobikerk is a landmark Protestant church in Utrecht (city), Netherlands. The building is located on the St Jacobsstraat, named for its patron saint St. James the Greater. The church is one of th...
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Broerkerk
The Broerkerk in Groningen, The Netherlands was a Medieval church connected to the Franciscan cloister in Groningen. The church was situated in the Broerstraat in Groningen. The Broerkerk was the firs...
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Munsterkerk
Munsterkerk (Munster) is an old 13th century Our Lady church in Roermond.The Munsterkerk is the most important example of Late Romanesque architecture in the Netherlands.In 1992 the church was damage...
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Rolduc
Rolduc is the name of a medieval abbey in Kerkrade, the Netherlands, which is now a Roman Catholic seminary and an affiliated conferencing center. The abbey is a rijksmonument. It is part of the Top 1...
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Berne Abbey
Berne Abbey, a Dutch abbey of the Premonstratensians, or Norbertines, in Heeswijk, North Brabant, is the oldest extant religious community in the Netherlands. It has 27 brothers and priests (2007; dow...
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Vrouwekerk
The Vrouwekerk ("Lady's Church") or Vrouwenkerk ("Ladies' Church"), originally known as the Onze-Lieve-Vrouwekerk ("Church of Our Lady"), was a 14th-Century church in the Dutch city of Leiden. In the ...
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Pieterskerk, Utrecht
The Pieterskerk is a Reformed and former Roman Catholic church in the city of Utrecht in the Netherlands, dedicated to Peter the Apostle. It is one of the city's oldest churches. Its construction bega...
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