Sint-Theresia van Lisieuxkerk, Apeldoornselaan 242 in Den Haag

Sint-Theresia van Lisieuxkerk, Apeldoornselaan 242 in Den Haag

Bob Niewold
Modeled with Building Maker and enhanced with Sketchup. Getting the textures for the hidden parts is done with a best guess because of lack of photos of those part. The St. Therese of Lisieuxkerk or St. Therese of the Child Jesus Church is a former Roman Catholic church on the Apeldoornselaan in The Hague. The church was built in 1929-1931. Architect Nicholas Miller Jr. designed a large cruciform traditionalist in style, with a short tower at the front with a pitched roof. The church has a Greek cross as a floor plan. The building occupies a prominent place on the crossroads of the Apeldoornselaan with Escamplaan and Dierenselaan. On July 15, 1931 the church was consecrated bishop by JDJ Aengenent. The church was closed in 2007 after the parish was merged with St. Agnes Parish. The Agnes Church was attached the new parish church. The future destiny of Therese Church in unknown. Reference Wikipedia: For further details http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sint-Theresia_van_Lisieuxkerk_% 29% 28Den_Haag #Apeldoornselaan #Den_Haag #Dierenselaan #Escamplaan #SintTheresia_van_Lisieuxkerk
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