Lambertikerk - Zelhem - The Netherlands
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member superstein
N 52° 00.393 E 006° 21.019
32U E 318140 N 5765081
Quick Description: The Lambertikerk is a protestant church in the Dutch town of Zelhem.
Location: Gelderland, Netherlands
Date Posted: 8/1/2022 2:50:24 AM
Waymark Code: WM16GZZ
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member Alfouine
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Long Description:
The Lambertikerk is a protestant church in the Dutch town of Zelhem. The church was built in the 15th century, on the site where a chapel was probably founded around 800 by Liudger, and the patron saint was Lambertus of Maastricht. State troops largely burned the church down in 1572, and in the decades that followed, work was done to restore the church. At the end of the Eighty Years' War, the church was still not completely restored and it was finally decided to sell a number of marks. In 1662 the church was completely restored. Twelve years later, the tower of the church was destroyed by a violent storm, forcing further repairs to be carried out. The last major damage to the church occurred in World War II, when the church was hit by Allied bombs. After the war the church was rebuilt again.

The church is a Romanesque pseudo-basilica. The church is built in limestone, which was brought in from Germany, among others. The roof and the church tower are fitted with roof slates, with the tower having a constricted needle spire. A sacraments house has been built into the north wall.

The organ was built in 1951 by the Willem van Leeuwen company in Leiderdorp. It has two manuals and pedal, 22 stops and approximately 1,500 pipes.
source: Wikpedia
Date the Church was built, dedicated or cornerstone laid: 1/1/1662

Age of Church building determined by?: Church website

If denomination of Church is not part of the name, please provide it here: Protestant Church

If Church holds a weekly worship service and "all are welcome", please give the day of the week: Sunday

Street address of Church:
Markt 2 7021 AA Zelhem

Primary website for Church or Historic Church Building: [Web Link]

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If Church is open to the public, please indicate hours: Not listed

Indicate the time that the primary worship service is held. List only one: Not Listed

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