(ZH): reformed Oude Kerk
There are, and have been,
several (former) reformed churches in Scheveningen. The oldest of these
is commonly referred to as Oude Kerk ('old church'), although
originally it was a catholic church and was named St. Anthonius.
The church is a three-aisled pseudo-basilica in late-Gothic style. The
choir was built shortly before 1470, the year in which a flood
destroyed the rest of the church. A new nave was built in the late-15th
century. In the first decades of the 16th century the tower was built,
a construction with four square segments and an octagonal one. In the
19th century the church was covered with a coat of plaster which was
again removed as part of a restoration in 1957-1959. In the same period
the sacristy at the northern side of the choir was reconstructed. Later
that century an 18th-century sexton's house was replaced by a bigger
one in historizing style.