Overstrand, Baardskeerdersbos, Dutch Reformed Church
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The Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk of Baardskeerdersbos is a church from 1922 with one nave that lies in an open area. Away from the church stands a neat bell tower in an ogive shape. The bell comes from the Barwell-foundry and has the typical decorations of the factory. Below the shoulder are two moulding rings and again two fatter ones above the sound bow. On a flank of the bell figures the traditional emblem of the foundry with the letters J and B above another B that is suspending a standing sword. On the side of the church is an attractive replica of the church that was built in 2012 at the occasion of the 90th birthday of congregation. Also a replica of a bell tower has been added.
- Overstrand