Religion In The Dutch Republic

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Here in the Dutch Republic, we are mostly Calvinist since it is the state religion, but we are very open to other religions, we tolerate others more than our neighboring countries. When the Dutch Republic came together it was not always rainbows and the sunshine, there were some arguments between the Protestants and the Calvinist, but Interior of the Laurenskerk in Rotterdam, c. 1664 it was still hard for most of us to accept all of the different religions. Catholics would have the privilege of having a lot of celebrations in houses or churches and they were definitely not allowed to have celebrations out in the public even tho all Catholic used to tend to stay in one section of the town. Because all of the other countries in Europe at the
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