Located on Waterloo square, opposite the town hall, is the Moses and Aäron church. Initially the property of a Jewish ... More
Mozes en Aäronkerk
Located on Waterloo square, opposite the town hall, is the Moses and Aäron church. Initially the property of a Jewish trader, the church was rebuilt between 1837-1841. It has a striking organ and splendid artwork adorns the walls. The church is no longer used as a place of worship today, instead, it functions as an event space for major events, recitals and meetings.
The Netherlands' most renowned church has been the source of inspiration for many musicians. The famous tower was completed in
1638, its bells manufactured by the renowned François Hemony foundry in 1658. Though the Protestant community owned Westerkerk, the ...
For those who admire the Dutch knack of designing, Arcam Architectuurcentrum Amsterdam must be a part of your itinerary. Lectures,
discussion and exhibitions are frequently organized here. Previous discussions have included scientific city planning and developments around the Science ...
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 ...