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Famous for its annual Matthäus Passion is this monumental big town church which history goes back to 1350 when the first church was built, enlarged in 1455. Its wooden ceiling is covered by the most amazing paintings. It is great to climb the tower and...More
Situated in the historical centre of Naarden, this church is well worth a visit.
Walk around it and leet your kids find and count the old cannonballs still lodged in the walls.
And there are a few as well lodged in the inside walls.
The 'Big Church' is a perfect name for this Naarden church. It is impressively big. Wander around and breathe in the height of the place, the painted wooden ceilings, the floors with commemorative natural stones for people that have passed in the past.
This church is very interesting and beautiful! By the time we visited it, the World Press Photo was in there, and I must say that it was a spectacular venue for that. We could appreciate even more the photos on such a calm, relaxed and...More
There are lots of functions in this church, and It's not always open just for a stroll and to listen to the organist playing.
Its a pretty building, amazingly grand for such a small town. Beautiful ceilings!
Bring your binoculars. Free entrance to an amazing church (cathedral size) with 23 paintings on the wooden, barrel ceiling. The docent was very helpful and there are materials to peruse in English as well as Dutch. The town and fortifications are also terrific and very...More