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Church Cloister

Name
Church Cloister
Architect
diederendirrixBrowse all buildings by diederendirrixBrowse all buildings by diederendirrix
City
NijmegenBrowse all buildings in NijmegenBrowse all buildings in Nijmegen
Country
NetherlandsBrowse all buildings in NetherlandsBrowse all buildings in Netherlands
Building type
ChurchBrowse all ChurchsBrowse all Churchs
MonumentBrowse all MonumentsBrowse all Monuments
religionBrowse all religionsBrowse all religions
monasteryBrowse all monasterysBrowse all monasterys
Year of completion
2011Browse all buildings from 2011Browse all buildings from 2011
Address
Heyendaalseweg 300, 6525 SM Nijmegen, Netherlands
Floor area
2300 m²Browse 2300 m²Browse 2300 m²
Interior architect
diederendirrixBrowse diederendirrixBrowse diederendirrix
Urban planner
diederendirrixBrowse diederendirrixBrowse diederendirrix
Source
http://mimoa.eu/projects/Netherlands/Nijmegen/Church Cloister

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