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Calling angel St. John Cathedral

Angel holding a mobile phone

An angel that holds a cell phone in its hands, calling to the heavens. The strange statue of a young winged woman, talking on a mobile phone has been added high on the Cathedral after its renovation in 2011.

96 statues

There are 96 statues on the roof of the St. Johns Cathedral. Finding the Angel can be a challenge: check the Cathedral from the south-side (from the square) and then take a close look at the arches. The Angel is really there!

The Angel holding a mobile phone is created by sculptor Ton Mooij on behalf of the church.


It takes a little while to discover the Angel with mobile between all the statues
It takes a little while to discover the Angel with mobile between all the statues...

Climbing St. John Cathedral

Would you like to view Den Bosch and its surroundings from above? Climb the St John. It's quite a climb, but the view makes the effort worthwhile. During the climb you also get information about the cathedral and its history.

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Adress and visitor information

Calling angel St. John Cathedral

Address: Parade
Postal code and city: 5211 KL  Den Bosch
Province: Noord-Brabant
Web: sint-jan.nl
Additional information: St. John's Cathedral is located in the historic city center of 's-Hertogenbosch (Den Bosch)


Let op: The location on the map is an indication. It is not always the entrance, parking lot or best route

Sunrise:
08:30

Sunset:
18:14

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