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|Protestant church of Drogeham |
Saint Nicholas church
|Dedication||Before the Reformation, to Saint Nicholas|
The Protestant church of Drogeham or Saint Nicholas church is a church in Drogeham, Netherlands. The current church was built in 1876 on the site of an older church build in the 13th century. The church is built against the 13th century tower of the old church and on top of the tower it is a gable roof. The old church was a Roman Catholic church dedicated to Saint Nicholas but became a Protestant church after the Protestant Reformation.
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