Built in 1749 by the Dutch East India company although the Dutch Reformed Chruch dates back to the 1640s. Perviosuly hand-pumped, now motorised pipe organ. Grave stones around the outer perimeter of the church as well as inside. Helpful gentleman provided a tour of the church. Rps100 is requested donation. Fans strewn around the church (not operating) along with projector and loud religious music being played on the day we visited. A pale comparison to the much more beautiful Dutch Reformed Church in Galle. For directions, see my review of 'Old Town Hall'.
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