The Koningskerkje (King’s Church) was built next to the Sint-Laurentius Church in the 19th century. The Koningskerkje is one of the most characteristic and historical buildings in Vierlingsbeek. It is a neo-classical aisleless church dating to 1843, built under the supervision and with support from the Rijkswaterstaat (public works department in the Netherlands), and served as a church building until 1997. Today, the church is used for cultural activities, alongside traditional weddings. The austere, modest interior, with its unusual lighting, makes the Koningskerkje the ideal exhibition space with its own unique character.
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