If someone ever organises a competition for the Most Beautiful Church in the Netherlands, this white-brown building will be a strong contender if not for its architectural splendour, then at least for its idyllic location. This place is remarkably quiet, although the bleating sheep and clucking chickens nearby create a very Dutch atmosphere. But a plaque commemorating World War II victims and the bricked up windows hint that this place hasn't always been so peaceful. If you'd like to enjoy this beautiful spot permanently, it's possible to reserve a space under the poplars and chestnut trees in the cemetery. Services are held every Sunday morning at 10:00.