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North Church (Noorderkerk), Amsterdam

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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While on a sightseeing tour of Amsterdam, make sure to stop by North Church (Noorderkerk), the city's gem of Protestant architecture. The 17th-century church was designed by the famous architect and sculptor Hendrick de Keyser, who was father of the style known as Amsterdam Renaissance. With its octagonal base, the outer shape in the form of a Greek cross, and unique interior decorations, the church features a design that makes it unlike any other. The church's excellent acoustics make it a frequent concert venue. The full schedule of upcoming performances is available online. Every Sunday, the square in front of the church hosts a farmer's market where you can find an array of homegrown, organic food products. Arrange to visit North Church (Noorderkerk) and other attractions in Amsterdam using our Amsterdam travel itinerary maker.
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  • Noorderkerk is a small Protestant church in the northern area of Jordaan, along the Prinsengracht. While there isn't much to see within the church, it is interesting from an architectural point of vie...  read more »
  • If you don't have another thing to do and you spare time you can see the facade, but inside is expensive, poorly run and poorly preserved.
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  • The Anne Frank House, and then turned away. In a building of the Netherlands seems to be a simple linear design. Not so much tourists, was quiet. Monday flea market is famous.
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