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Netherlands Church Wijnandsrade

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The Roman Catholic Church of St. Stephen is patroned by St. Stephen. It was first mentioned in 1307 under the statutes of the Council of Susteren. The church building was badly damaged by a time bomb in the Second World War (February 1943), but was rebuilt in the same style in 1947 and extended with two bays in the direction of castle and motte. Two old church bells survived the explosion and were kept hidden from the occupier by allowing them to go into hiding in the pond.

Photography Tips

You do have to pay attention on the road (Opfergeltstraat) there are cars passing by when you are going to take pictures, because there is no sidewalk.
You better stand on the grass.

Travel Information

Parking lot is a little bit further.
Crowd Factor A decent amount of people
Best Timing Daytime
Sunrise & Sunset 06:33 - 18:53 | current local time: 14:10
Photo Themes Church
Locations Wijnandsrade
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