The Dutch tombs are of various sizes and shapes. One of them consists of a double cupola of large dimensions with a gallery above and supported below on columns. The monument was formally adorned with frescoes, escutcheons and passages from the scriptures and the windows were filled with beautiful wooden carvings. There are three epitaphs in the monument, the one of Baron van Reede being inscribed in a compartment on the wall opposite the door as one enters. The inscription records Baron’s titles and date of his death.
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