Friday, October 04, 2019

Zuid-Holland update


There are several improvements to the page about Gouda today, with four pictures replaced and three objects outside the old center added, such as the one in the picture above. 

Friday, September 27, 2019

Some more Utrecht updates


The page about Woerden municipality has a few more objects added to it as well as a few pictures replaced. There are also a few new pictures, and of course better text, at the pages about the two main churches of Woerden town, the reformed Petruskerk and the Roman Catholic Bonaventura

The picture above of the latter church has a bit of an odd shape and that's because it's composed in Photoshop by combining several pictures. I've been doing that for years and it's something I keep in mind while taking pictures, and it's only the second time (see here for the first) I haven't managed to fill in the blank spaces and yet decided to use the picture anyway. You may find similarly odd shaped, and even odder, pictures in the near future.

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Utrecht updates


Recent changes in the Utrecht section are a new page about Lopik municipality, an updated page about the reformed church in Lopik village and a new page about the catholic church St. Jacobus in Cabauw. 

Nieuw in de sectie Utrecht is een pagina over de gemeente Lopik.

Thursday, September 12, 2019

And one more...


Following last week's update is a new page about another church in Schoonhoven, the Roman Catholic St. Bartholomeus, a somewhat curious creation by architect E.J. Margry. 


Friday, September 06, 2019

Two Zuid-Holland pages updated


The older page about Krimpenerwaard municipality is renewed with better pictures replacing some of the old ones as well as adding some more objects. There's also an improved version of the page about the reformed church in Schoonhoven, with a few better pictures and a more elaborate history.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

Monday, July 15, 2019

Noord-Holland, two new pages



New in the Noord-Holland section are pages about two catholic churches in the Koggenland municipality. First, the St. Bavo in Ursem, designed by architect A.J. Kropholler, and second the St. Georgius in Spierdijk, which is made up of two very different parts designed by W.D. van der Horst and A.C. Bleijs respectively.