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Grote Kerk tower project

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The wings of the Cross of Andreas resemble the casques or gold squares.
1987-88 Grote Kerk tower project, Dordrecht NL. This painting from 1525 by the Master of the H. Elisabeth-panels, depicting villages swallowed by the St. Elizabeth Flood of 18-19 November, 1421, shows the tower turrets and the beginning construction of the steeple.

This early sixteenth century painting shows the tower of the Grote Kerk under construction. In 1457 the great city fire in Dordrecht damaged the church and tower, which in that period also had gradually started to lean. The realization of the upper section of the steeple was well underway; so builders had to decide to take much of this part down and change the plans. After almost two hundred years, in 1626, the present tower clock constructions were built.


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