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Graaff Reinet Dutch Reformed Church

In the fouth oldest town in South Africa, Graaff Reinet boasts over 200 national heritage sights, more than any other town in South Africa. The Dutch Reformed church was first built in 1792 and is one of these such buildings. It was origionally built and destroyed by a fire. The second church, completed in 1800 was expanded upon in 1822 by Rev Andrew Murray. The church was once again rebuilt in 1823 and its present form, the fourth version, was built in 1886. Its based on the Salisbury Cathedral in England, and designed by cape town archtecht, J.Bisset. It became a national monument in 1975.  
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