Dutch Church in Wolfendhal Street Colombo Town , pills Colombo
This Dutch Church was constructed in 1749 at a site where there was a Portuguese church originally. the church was built under the auspices of the Dutch East India Company. Inside the church is a pew for the utch Givernor. The church is a large building with thick walls. the remains of five Dutch Governors and their wives originally interred in the ruined church in the Fort of Colombo were re-interred here.