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Organ in Dornum St. Bartholomäus


Going past the ancient presbytery from the 16th century (see below), you'll discover the St. Bartholomäus church of Dornum, sheltered by two mighty beeches. On the left, there is the belfry from the 13th century. Leaning a little due to its age, it lodges three bells. The church too was built at the end of the 13th century; the walls were changed, except the eastern wall. Like many East Friesian churches, the eastern façade is decorated by beautiful ornamental forms. Here you can see pointed arch blinds with brick patterns in the gable and white clover-leaf arch blinds with three windows.


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Text: Monika van Lengenbach. The text of the organ is based on the book  "organ landscape Ostfriesland '(North 1995) by Harald Vogel and Reinhard Ruge. 

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daily 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
and 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

sunday service at 10:00 am


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