(active after 1639 in Leiden)

Interior view

begun 1639
Marekerk, Leiden

The Marekerk in Leiden is one of the fine examples of the Calvinist preaching churches in the Netherlands. The master builder Arent van 's-Gravesande (c. 1610-1662) used a ground plan derived from antiquity, an octagon with ambulatory, which had been interpreted by Leonardo da Vinci.

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