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Category - Churches

Westerkerk Amsterdam

Westerkerk

This church on the Prinsengracht has become world famous from the diary of Anne Frank. It’s a 17th century building in Renaissance style. The church was taken into use in 1631. With 87 meters it contains the highest...

Vondelkerk

The fairytale Vondel church was built in 1872 and designed by Pierre Cuypers, who also designed the Central Station and the Rijksmuseum. From 1880 to 1977 she was used as a church for the Catholic parish. It was the...

Mozes en Aäronkerk

For a long time it wasn’t allowed to build Catholic churches in Amsterdam. This still actively used church on the Waterlooplein originated from a hiding church that already arose in 1641. The rectangular building dates...

Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam

Nieuwe Kerk

This is a large church from the 15th century on Dam Square with a rich history. The oldest parts of the church are the choir and transept and around 1435 the construction of the ship started. The tower of this church...

Noorderkerk Amsterdam

Noorderkerk

At the Noordermarkt you’ll find the Noorderkerk (Northern Church), which was built in 1620. Just like the Westerkerk, about 700 meters south of this church, the Noorderkerk was built for the 17th century fast growing...

Saint Nicholas Basilica Amsterdam

Saint Nicholas Basilica

The colossal St. Nicholas Basilica was built in 1884. It’s one of the few large Catholic churches in Amsterdam that has been predominantly Protestant since the alliteration. The basilica is located diagonally opposite...

Portuguese Synagogue

When this 17th-century synagogue was built, it was the largest in the world. It’s an impressive building with a library and a museum in the former Jewish quarter. The interior of the Synagogue, unlike that of the High...

Sint Dominicuskerk

The Sint Dominicus Church from 1884 is a large neo-Gothic Roman Catholic church on the Spuistraat. It was designed by Pierre Cuypers, a famous Dutch architect of churches. He also designed the Rijksmuseum and the...

Posthoornkerk Amsterdam

Posthoornkerk

On the bustling Haarlemmerstraat you’ll find this architecturally important church from the nineteenth century. This church was also designed by Pierre Cuypers. It’s a cross basilica built in the period 1861-1889 with...

Oude Kerk

This is the oldest still existing building in Amsterdam. The first Oude Kerk (Old Church) was built in 1213 as a wooden building. Later it was rebuilt and renewed several times. The last major restoration dates from the...

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