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BURGERSDORP - 13 July 2014 - The Dutch Reformed Church in Burgersdorp seen here was inaugurated in December 2013. Building of the sandstone structure started in 1912 and replaced the previous church building that had existed since 1849.  It has seating capacity for 1200 people. The pulpit is teak and the framework of the organ is of Eastern oak. The congregation was established in 1846 and the same congreation was responsible for the establishment of the town, which was built on a farm bought by the Dutch Reformed Church. The building has been declared a national monument. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP

BURGERSDORP - 13 July 2014 - The Dutch Reformed Church in Burgersdorp seen here was inaugurated in December 2013. Building of the sandstone structure started in 1912 and replaced the previous church building that had existed since 1849. It has seating capacity for 1200 people. The pulpit is teak and the framework of the organ is of Eastern oak. The congregation was established in 1846 and the same congreation was responsible for the establishment of the town, which was built on a farm bought...
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Credit: Allied Picture Press/APP
Date: 13 Jul 2014
City/Location: Burgersdorp
Country: South Africa
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Copyright Giordano Stolley 2014
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