Gouda's St. Johann Church: VR Journey Through History
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The St Johann Gouda Church, also known as the Church of St John Gouda or Sint Janskerk, is a historic church located in Gouda, Netherlands. Built during the 15th and 16th centuries, the church is dedicated to John the Baptist, who is the patron saint of Gouda. One of the notable features of the church is its 72 world-famous stained-glass windows, which are renowned for their beauty. These windows, known as the Gouda Windows, are considered to be among the finest examples of European glass painting. The St Johann Gouda Church is also known for its impressive size, measuring 123 meters in length, making it the longest church in the Netherlands. It serves as a significant cultural and historical landmark in Gouda, attracting visitors from around the world. The footage was filmed using a VR camera, which allows viewers to experience visiting the Church as if they were actually there. The video is high-resolution (4K+) and features stunning 360° views. The footage resembles drone shots from above, giving viewers a unique perspective of the Church.