I took few of my friends on a cycling tour in Fort and visited this Dutch reformed church Since they are from Holland they admired the epic location Floor paved from grave stones and it's amazing Old piano still exist.
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A lovely old church from the Dutch period. It is amazingly very well maintained. This and the Meeru Mosque take you on a trip through time.
Had a great time wandering through the grounds of this small but historic church. My son loved all the epitaph and grave markers placed on the floors as well as the grounds leading to the crypts. Very visually enriching and the historical snippets of the...More
During the day visit, its absolutely quiet and sublime experience.. the church is old, a bit run down but I can see they maintain it at the same time. Rustically feel every nooks and corners. Nothing as I can see super-modernity stuff propping up which...More
Not really a lot to see here, but still worth taking a quick look, just to get the feel. Memorial stones on the floor make for interesting reading...
I really liked the architecture of this church and it is well worth a short visit, if only to see the tombs and feel the peaceful atmosphere. However, I feel that the exterior needs some work quite quickly to avoid further deterioration.
There are some interesting gravestones inside and outside this church but not much information is available. The church does not look particularly well maintained and though there appears to be a crypt, that area has always looked rundown over the 20+ years I've seen it.
it's an old dutch church with beautiful architecture especially the tombstones placed on the church inner floor ...worth a visit while in galle fort area.