Below is an illustrated index of the 4 Calvinist sites profiled on Sacred Destinations so far. For photo credits, please see corresponding articles.
Oude KerkAmsterdam, NetherlandsLocated alongside a canal in the Red Light District, the Oude Kerk is the oldest monument in Amsterdam, dating from 1250. Inside it has painted wooden ceilings, box pews and choir stalls with misericords.
Französischer DomBerlin, GermanyThe French Cathedral is the oldest of the two churches on Gendarmenmarkt square. It was built by the Huguenot (French Calvinist) community between 1701 and 1705.
Hooglandse KerkLeiden, NetherlandsLocated on high ground, the cross-shaped Highlands Church was founded in the 14th century. Although emptied of its art by Calvinists, its elegant architecture and tombstones are worth seeing.
VrouwekerkLeiden, NetherlandsRuins of a 14th-century church with connections to the Pilgrim Fathers, now in danger of demolition.