The late Gothic St Stephens’s Church is in the heart of the charming historical centre of Nijmegen. As soon as you enter the church you will be struck by the striking interplay of lines in the architecture and the extraordinary light that enters through the stained glass windows. At the centre of the church you will find the impressive tomb of Catherine of Bourbon, built in 1512. The showpiece is the famous König organ which is frequently to be heard.
St Stephen’s Church can also accommodate larger groups. The choir has room for receptions of up to 200 people. There are also various rooms suitable for exhibitions, lectures and intimate concerts.
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