Kalverstraat is a tourist site in itself. You can't imagine all of the stores lining this single street. This is ... More
Nieuwendijk & Kalverstraat
Kalverstraat is a tourist site in itself. You can't imagine all of the stores lining this single street. This is certainly the destination for those looking for the usual main street fare with shops like Tie Rack and Sacha. The Kalvertoren, a covered mall located on Kalverstraat—close to the Munt—is also brimming with general commercial shops, as well as delightful little coffee shops and great places to grab a quick, rejuvenating lunch. For a truly outstanding bite to eat, hop over to Vroom and Dreesman. The store itself offers nothing remarkably unique, but the restaurant is worth the visit alone. From the Dutch chain HEMA to the enigmatically named Ron s Exclusive, these streets offer a little something for every wallet.
The House Boat museum also known as the Woonbootmuseum, is located on the Hendrika Maria, a former commercial sailing ship
built in 1914. On board, the visitor obtains information on the nature of this special lifestyle, living on a ...
This round church which has a dome and an ambulatory along half of its circumference was burnt to the ground
in 1822 in a fire caused by some careless plumbers. It was rebuilt in 1823 by T.F. Suys and ...
In 1620 the northern part of the Jordaan welcomed its own church, the Noorderkerk, built in 1620 1623, by Hendrick
de Keyser and his son Pieter. During the Renaissance period the centrifugal geometrical concept of the church was the ...
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