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Westertorn was completed in 1638, this 278 feet Dutch Renaissance style tower is the tallest church tower in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The Oranjekerk is a Protestant church in Amsterdam, Netherlands, at the Sarphatipark in the district De Pijp, built in the years 1902-1903.
De Grote of Sint Bavokerk built during 1370-1520 is a late medieval gothic style church located in Grote Markt, Haarlem, Netherlands.
The Frans Hals building was used as housing for senior men initially, then in 1810 it was used as an orphanage for young children up until 1862 when it because the museum. There are two Frans Hals museums one is “Hof” which is this one and one is “Hal” which is located in Grote Markt.
The Nieuwe Kerk of Sint Annakerk is a historical Protestant Reformed church dating from the 17th century in Haarlem, the Republic of the Netherlands. The Dutch Renaissance style tower was added to an older Sint Annakerk church structure in 1613 and in 1649 the original church was renovated.