Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Nijmegen updated


A long overdue update for the page about Nijmegen, Gelderland. Several pictures of post-war objects were added, and several improvements were made to the text. The pages about two objects in this city were also updated; the St. Nicolaas chapel (formerly under a different name) and St. Steven's church (see picture). Both were improved with some new pictures but especially with better text.

In het Nederlands wil ik er even op wijzen dat de pagina over Nijmegen nu eindelijk is vertaald en bovendien is uitgebreid. 

Wednesday, September 06, 2017

Another Utrecht update

Updated in the Utrecht section is the page about the Vianen municipality, which now contains three more churches in a couple more villages.

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Some more Zuid-Holland updates

The pages about the towns Gorinchem and Leerdam are now about the eponymous municipalities, with several village churches added. Also some older pictures have been replaced by better ones. The page about another municipality in the same region, Giessenlanden, also had two important objects added.  

In het Nederlands: de pagina's over de Zuid-Hollandse gemeentes Gorinchem, Leerdam en Giessenlanden zijn uitgebreid. 

Monday, July 31, 2017

Utrecht update

Some improvements to the second of the pages about Utrecht city, the one with the churches outside the city center: two churches were added and one older picture was replaced.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Zuid-Holland again


Two new pages in the Zuid-Holland section; one about the churches of Wassenaar and one about its major church, the Reformed church. Which has to be one of the most interesting churches in that province.

In het Nederlands: er is een nieuwe tweetalige pagina over Wassenaar



Friday, June 23, 2017

Zuid-Holland, two churches



















Following the page about Voorschoten published two weeks ago are two new pages about the most important churches of that village, the reformed Dorpskerk (left picture) and the catholic St. Laurentius (right). Both are from the 1860's and are in early neo-Gothic style, and the latter is the first complete church by architect Th. Asseler.

Friday, June 09, 2017

Zuid-Holland new page

There's a new page in the Zuid-Holland section about the village of Voorschoten.

En dat er een nieuwe pagina is over Voorschoten vertel ik hier uiteraard ook even in het Nederlands.