Building    From 1550  To 1940

First Dutch church, Austin Friars

Categories: Religion

Countries: Netherlands

The original Austin Friars monestery dates from about 1250. In 1550 Edward VI granted Protestant refugees from the Netherlands permission to establish a church here, the first Dutch Protestant church in the world. Destroyed in WW2.

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First Dutch church, Austin Friars

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