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Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk
Tulbagh, Western Cape

Carl Otto HAGER: Architect

Date:1878
Type:Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk - Church
Status:Demolished

This church replaced the first one built in 1743. It was converted into a school, possibly by DE WITT. It stood empty and fell into disrepair and was used as a hospital in the South African War by the British. It was eventually demolished to make way for the Shell garage.

All truncated references not fully cited below are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.


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
Krige, Ode. 2015. Carl Otto Hager : argitek tot eer van God, 1813-1898. Hermanus: Hemel & See Boeke. pg 154, 205
Maeder, GA & Zinn, C. 1917. Ons kerk album van Hollandsche kerken en leeraren. Capetown: Cape Times. pg 185
Radford, D. 1979. The architecture of the Western Cape, 1838 1901. A study of the impact of Victorian aesthetics and technology on South African architecture. Johannesburg: Unpublished Ph.D thesis. Dept of Arch. University of the Witwatersrand. pg 117