19 januari 2016

Church windows

One of our favourite hikes through the region of Westerwolde passes this Reformed Church of Sellingen. Though the church was built in the 14th century, the windows that you see on the photo were placed during the 17th century. Traces of older windows can still be seen, as well as former entrance doors in the west and south church walls.

I have posted several photos from this church before, if you would like to see them please click HERE and HERE.

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  1. Gosh! What history is told just by these bricks and portals.

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  2. It's really old. And windows looks beautiful.

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  3. The light on the building is beautiful!

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  4. It seems strange to see a church window without stained glass.

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  5. Love the reflections in the arch windows Marleen, arches are my very favourite architectural feature.

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  6. Love the reflections in the arch windows Marleen, arches are my very favourite architectural feature.

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