About the town » Firdgum, Friesland, Netherlands

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Firdgum is a small village in Franekeradeel in the province Friesland of the Netherlands and has around the 100 citizens (2004). The Dutch reformed church of Firdgum was demolished in 1794 as it was in a bad state of repair, but the 13th century church tower still remains to date. The tower houses a clock dating from 1471. In the Yeb Hettingaskoalle (cultural center in nearby Tzummarum) there is an archeological support group with a collection of local finds and artifacts and varying expositions of modern artists.

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