This beautiful National Monument belongs to one of the oldest buildings in The Hague and enjoys a beautiful location in the city centre.
Built after a design by Pieter Noorwits and Barthold van Basssen in Baroque style, the church has been a striking UNESCO monument in the city centre since 1656. The church has a rich history and is nowadays mainly used as a concert hall and event venue. In addition, a church service is held weekly by the Redeemer Internation Church. The church is normally only to be admired from the outside and is therefore unfortunately not to be visited. In the garden you will find the tomb monument of Dutch philosopher and mathematician Baruch Spinoza.
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