This Eusebiuskerk was often mixed up with the largest church in Arnhem, which is also called the Eusebiuskerk
One of the stained glass windows was saved and in 1994 placed in the large Eusebiuskerk
Initially there were plans of a large residential-tower on the site, but this was never realised. The site where the church once stood is still empty today. The site is often used to store building-materials for the new Arnhem Central Station, or buildings nearby. There are currently no serious plans for the site in the near future.
The church received an "award" for most beautiful demolished church in The Netherlands
Because of the decreasing number of church-going people, the church was closed in 1987. Even though there was much resistance about the demolition of the church, it was demolished in 1990-1991
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