Dutch Reformed Church in Someren
The Dutch Reformed Church at 6 Speelheuvelplein in Someren is a national monument. This water management church from 1885 is a hall building with a three-sided closure, four bays deep, under a saddle roof. The vestry has a hipped roof with natural stone slates covered in mesh cover. On the square a symmetrical pilaster facade with portal with pediment and pinnacle. The garden facade has a climbing arch frieze, clock face, horizontal bands and a plastered plinth. The square bell tower with tower roof and weather vane carries a carillon of eighteen bells. The nave has pilaster-like pilasters. The wall openings have cast iron Gothic pointed arch windows with diamond-shaped bars. In the church is an octagonal oak pulpit from 1740 with copper lectern, baptismal basin and wooden soundboard with golden halo. The church was restored in 1965 and received a carillon in 1979.