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This monastery and church is almost 500 years old. I wish I could have entered the church when a service was held, it must be an impressive experience. There has been some remodeling during the centuries but there is still the original look and feel....More
The Kloosterkerk was build 1540 as part of a now demolished Dominican monastery. Later in the 17th century the area became the stately avenue Lange Voorhout near the royal palaces and seat of governement.
The interior can be visited on several concerts and benefit events.
My Muslim friends with three children from Pakistan asked me to show a nice Church (Protestant or Catholic) in the Centre of The Hague. As we were walking on the Lange Voorhout it was clear I had to show them the Kloosterkerk, one of the...More