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Wolvendaal Church is located in Pettah, a neighbourhood of Colombo. It is one of the most important Dutch Colonial era buildings in Sri Lanka, and is one of the oldest Protestant churches still in use in the country.
This old Dutch church is a land mark of Sri lanka and there are a lot of Dutch Tourist who visit, only to find that this church needs urgent maintenance. Lack of funds and I think the Vicar should request it from some visitors who...More
Only important thing about this building is, it's the oldest surviving building in Colombo City. Built in 1749 AD. No need to spend more than 30 minutes here. You can see the old church organ (still working), special seat provided to the Governor of Ceylon...More
This is the oldest church in Colombo, having been established by the Dutch in the late 1600s. It is not well maintained but contains a lot of interesting historic memorial stones, similar to the Dutch church in Malacca, Malaysia which dates from around the same...More