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We enjoyed stepping into this church while in the old town fortress area. It was cool & calm & the architecture is typical traditional Dutch. There's a real sense of history here & the place is very well maintained
Our visit to the Dutch Reformed Church was a very enjoyable experience. Love the architecture especially the arched roof. The stained glass windows were unique. The old flagstone gravestones on the floor were intriguing to read. A very nice church overall and worth a look.
The Church is a marvel, preserved all these years. It was dedicated by the Dutch in August, in the year 1755. The interiors have been beautifully preserved all these years. The alter and the pulpit have been well maintained in spite of the years. In...More
This is a very well preserved and beautiful Church with a huge number of tombstones with detailed carvings and texts on the floor throughout. A peaceful place for quiet reflection upon part of the Colonial history of this town. A 'must' visit and do take...More
In the summer of 2018 we (Dutch familie of 4, kids 13 and 18) travelled to discover the beauties of Sri Lanka.
At our first visit at the fort we walked by the reformed church. In building style totally different than any church in the...More
Beautiful church; inside perfecly maintained. As a Dutchman, it is a special experience to see a real historic Dutch church on this tropical island. The old tombstones in the floor with the epitaphs in the old Dutch language, the pulpit; it's really a piece of...More
Our tour guide brought us here and then allowed the parish priest to give us a little tour of the church. It was incredibly interesting to learn about the early Dutch settlers and their families.
Not sure if it would mean much if you don't...More