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Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk
Tulbagh, Western Cape

INTERPLAN: Architect

Date:1973
Type:Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk - Church
Status:Extant

 


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Coordinates:
33°16'56.61" S 19°08'25.84" E Alt: 162m

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History of the tapestry

During a bus tour of the United Kingdom one of the parishioners at the time, Mrs Helle du Plessis, saw a beautiful tapestry in a church in Plymouth – that gave her the idea to relate the interesting history of this parish with needle and thread. The tapestry was designed by Mrs Valery Naudé of Worcester. Thirty-three people, of whom two were very young children, worked for 3009 hours to complete the tapestry of 5 x 2 metres.

(Church booklet - submitted by Francois Swanepeol)


Writings about this entry

Hoevers, Jan. 2005. Van Kerke en Dorpe. Historiese vertellinge oor die oudste kerke en dorpe in Suid-Afrika. Centurion: Publiself Uitgewers. pg 130