This place Under Restoration at the moment. Can't go inside as its close temporary. Hope for the next visit.
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I found this church by chance when I was walking to visit Rembrandt's house.Nice architecture but I haven't the chance to visit it as long as it was closed to visitors
The Zuiderkerk ("southern church") is an early 17th-century Protestant church in the Nieuwmarkt area, the city's first church built specifically for Protestant services. It is one of my favourite areas of the city, and the church is a jewel in the crown. The design of...More
I could only admire this church from the exterior, a sign on the door states that tours are now closed for the church. It's a pleasant location tucked away where there are fewer tourists. Great for some photos and a pleasant stroll around the perimeter.
I recently went with a group to Amsterdam and this was on my list of places to see as I was unsure if I was going to be able to get to Westerkerk on time, in queue, to climb up the bell tower. This church...More
This church is beautiful and I guarantee it is the most prettiest place to take a picture in Amsterdam! The towers is precisely in the middle of the canal, making the picture looks like a postcard. Highly recommended!
This church is the older,smaller version of the Westerkerk. This bell tower is smaller than the Westerkerk but I think the tour more interesting. You can only visit as part of the guided tour - cost €7.50, and you need to leave all bags at...More
this place is great! i love all old buildings but this one just stuck with me. would not recommend the climb up if you have any leg or back issues. i do, and wow i hurt for a few days after. if you can climb...More
The Zuiderkerk was the first church in amsterdam for Protestant services. The building has not been used as a church anymore but has been put to various other uses throughout the years, as an information centre , exhibition or you can hire it for private...More
Last Saturday has been 'open tower day' in Amsterdam, and many tall buildings were freely accesible for the public to enjoy the view from above over the city centre. Normally you pay 7 euro for a tour. Groups can be maximum 15 persons to enter...More