The Amstelkring Church, Our Lord in the Attic, is housed in a 17th-century canal house with authentic living rooms on the ... More
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The Amstelkring Church, Our Lord in the Attic, is housed in a 17th-century canal house with authentic living rooms on the lower floors and a preserved Roman Catholic Attic Church upstairs. A maze of rooms, halls and staircases with lots of peepholes remind you of Holland's Golden Age. Following the Alteration in 1578 (when Amsterdam became Protestant), Catholics were not permitted to practice their religion in public. These churches were privately owned and designed not to be recognizable as churches from the outside. The building now houses a museum.
EYE has an extensive collection of film titles, posters and photographs that span the entire history of cinematography from silent
films to contemporary digital movies. Titles are added to this collection regularly, including foreign films. Besides the many themed ...
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 careless plumbers. It was rebuilt in 1823 by T.F. Suys and J. ...
Amsterdam's Centraal Station dates from the year 1889, when it was first used for the transport of goods. It was
designed by the architect P.J.H. Cuypers, well known in his time, who also designed the Rijksmuseum. The building's foundation ...