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De Oude Kerk is het oudste gebouw van Amsterdam en staat middenin het beroemde historische centrum van Amsterdam; de Wallen. De kerk toont kunstprojecten die de cultuurhistorische waarde van de Oude Kerk passen en die het huidige kunstaanbod versterken.
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The oldest building in the city, built in 1306. The church is still in service and the burial place of Saskia van Uylenburgh, Rembrandt's first wife.
Do go inside and behold one of the larger church organ in the Netherlands. It is an impressive site! To see the largest church organ holland has to offer one must go to the Sint Laurens in the city of Rotterdam.
The Oude Kerk (Old Church) was founded circa 1213 and is Amsterdam’s oldest building and oldest parish church.
Heritage, art, music and, on Sundays, churchgoers continue to congregate in the oldest building of the city (1306).
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“Next to the royal palace you can find the New Church. The last resting place of Admiral De Ruyter, the great admiral of the second half of the 17 century and the one that surprised the British fleet in the raid on the Medway. There are different exhibitions in the church and yearly one for World Press Photo. It has no tower, it was part of the plans but never built.”
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“What is now known as royal palace was build in 1655 as the new city hall of the city. At that time it was the biggest, non religious, building on the planet. It is not always open to visitors, so check the website and make a reservation. You can get an audiotour at the entrance.”
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“The Rembrandt House Museum is a nice departure from Amsterdam's more conventional museums and the long lines you'll face at nearly every one. The museum building, which was the home and studio of artist Rembrandt van Rijn from 1606 to 1669, underwent extremely sophisticated restoration work in the 1990s so that would it could continue to look and feel like a house from the 17th-century. Here, you'll see many of Rembrandt's etchings, graphical pieces, and paintings. There are also demonstrations daily that are fun for the kids—either the etching printing process or a behind-the-scenes look at how paint was made in Rembrandt's day.”
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“Although there was freedom of religion in 16 and 17 century Amsterdam, Catholics were prohibited to practice their religion in public. Which encouraged Jan Hartman to build this Catholic Church in the attic of his house.”
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“And of course Zeedijk the famous Red Light Strict . Many bars and places to eat . It's worthwhile to visit at least once in your life ;) . It's a walking distance from Amsterdam Central Station ( No Tram needed to reach this place) . ”
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