The beautiful, imposing Lebuinus Church is built in a Gothic style. The church itself is owned by the Protestant church and the tower belongs to the municipality.
Located in the heart of Deventer, the Great of Lebuinuskerk is a Gothic hall church built between 1450 and 1525. In the Middle Ages it was the main church of the city and one of the most important churches within the diocese of Utrecht. During the ephemeral existence of the Roman Catholic diocese of Deventer, the church served as a cathedral. The church is in the top 100 of the National Heritage Service. The tower is owned by the municipality of Deventer and the church itself is owned by the Protestant church.
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