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Mozes en Aaronkerk, Amsterdam

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.5/5 based on 20 reviews on the web
The Moses and Aaron Church, in the Waterlooplein neighborhood of Amsterdam, is officially the Roman Catholic Church of St. Anthony of Padua. Originally a clandestine church, it was operated by Franciscan priests at a house on Jodenbreestraat, where the wall tablets of Moses and Aaron hung on the wall. In 1970, the present church was designated as a Cultural Heritage Monument of the Netherlands.
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  • Moses and Aaron Church. The four thick pillars standing in front of the entrance, square tower stood on either side. Ahead of wall decoration is promoting a nice design. Standing some food stalls outside the Church, people were gathered.
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  • Magnificent Catholic Church, the spectacular façade and beautiful interior, paintings, altar, sculptures and images. You should visit
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  • Stomped at the flea market, and hit in the temple. Inside a nice and somewhat unusual. Huge body. Like with the 13 until 13-45 organ can be heard in action.
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