Amsterdam Canal Ring
: Oude Kerk (1306) - oldest building of the city, originally a catholic church but turned protestant in 1578 after some fierce iconoclasm
Causses and Cévennes
: In the 16th century Protestantism spread into the Cévennes
along the trade routes from Geneva. Many merchants,
traders and craftsmen became converts, forming islands of
Protestantism amidst Catholic farmers. (AB ev)
Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape
: Gwennap Pit (situated within the Gwennap mining district) was used by John Wesley, the founder of "Methodism" as a preaching site 18 times between 1776 and 1789. It has since become a Methodist "shrine". See
: St Giles "Cathedral" (Presbyterianism)
: Betel Chapel (now the tourist info) was used by the Baptist congregation around the turn of the 20th century.
: the Landhaus was created as an architectural counter-weight against the Protestant political class against the Grazer Burg of the catholic ruler; the Protestant Foundation became a dominant force in Graz until the Counter-Reformation in 1600
: The church is in use by the Evangelical Lutheran Danish Church
: "The Duke of W?rttemberg seized the Cistercian monastery in 1504 and built his hunting lodge and stables there. Half a century later, the former abbey was given over to a Protestant seminary, currently known as the Evangelical Seminaries of Maulbronn and Blaubeuren, which has occupied it ever since. The Protestant clerics adapted the monastic buildings for their own needs, e.g., they rebuilt the refectory." (Wiki)
: With the Reformation, Naumburg and its cathedral became Protestant. Naumburg Cathedral remains a Protestant parish church to this day. (wiki)
Old Town Lunenburg
: Home to the Oldest continuous worshipping Lutheran and Presbyterian Congregations in Canada, both having been founded in 1753.
Rammelsberg and Goslar
: Goslar: Walkenried monastery (from 1546). The Kapitelsaal became a protestant church in 1570.
: Regensburg was the southernmost protestant city in Germany, it has prominent protestant churches (Trinity Church and Neupfarrkirche) and it was influential in spreading protestantism to neighbouring countries
: Fomer Catholic Cathedral turned into Protestant Church after Reformation
: United Reform Church (Originally "Congregational")
: "In 1822, the Reverend John MacDonald, a renowned
evangelical preacher, the 'Apostle of the North', visited
St. Kilda. He set about the foundations of a puritanical
religion, built upon by the Reverend Neil MacKenzie who
arrived as resident minister in 1830." (AB ev)
: Lutheranism left a strong footprint on Strasbourg, and the Cathedral was protestant until 1681. St. Thomas now is the main protestant church.
: Saint Paul's Anglican Church. "The exceptional historic value of this building is closely related to its austerity, determined by the context in which it was built, when the ban on the public exercise of different creeds other than the Catholic was in full force. This church, of neo-Romanesque and neo-Gothic features, sought to keep a low profile by means of an horizontal design, the absence of a tower, the lateral accesses and the low fence that surrounds it." (Nom File)
: Reformierte Stadtkirche