Royal Palace on Dam Square
The Royal Palace on Dam Square in Amsterdam is one of three palaces still in use by the Dutch royal family. It is used for state visits, award ceremonies and other official receptions. When the palace is not being used by the royal family, it is open to the public. Visitors can explore the magnificent ...
Nieuwe Kerk (New Church)
De Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam is famous for its much talked-about exhibitions. With hundred thousands of visitors every year, the church is one of the most attended exhibition locations in the Netherlands. The large-scale exhibitions on treasures from other countries, cultures and religions are a household term to many people. De ...
Museum Ons Lieve Heer op Solder
Experience one of Amsterdam’s most remarkable museums with an entrance ticket to Our Lord in the Attic (Ons' Lieve Heer op Solder) in a 17th-century canal house. Travel back in time to discover one of the clandestine churches of the Catholic dissenters.
Hidden behind an inconspicuous door on the Spui, you'll find the 14th-century Begijnhof. The historic courtyard was once the site of a religious group of women who all had taken the vow of chastity. The Begijnhof of today features a chapel and an English Reformed Church. You can visit the courtyard for free during the day.
Beautiful ritual objects, seventeenth-century prints and paintings and by a Unesco protected library. The Portuguese Synagogue houses one of the most special Jewish heritage collections in the world. From the end of the sixteenth century, Jews of Spanish and Portuguese origin (Sephardic Jews) came to the flourishing trade city of ...
Oude Kerk (Old Church)
Located in the beating heart of the historic city center, stands the oldest building of Amsterdam: the Oude Kerk (Old Church). Its origins date back to a modest wooden chapel around 1213. Over the years, this structure evolved and in 1306 a stone church was consecrated. Historic Tales and Architectural Splendor; Upon entering, you are greeted by the ...
Kinderdijk is located sixty miles south of Amsterdam. Here nineteen glorious masterpieces, all dating from 1740, compete for the visitors' attention. Kinderdijk is one of the best known sights of Holland and together with the Zaanse Schans, Kinderdijk is probably one of the best known examples of the typical Dutch ...
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