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Oude Kerk (Old Church)

The Oude Kerk (or Old Church) is the city's oldest surviving building, consecrated in 1306. Yet the location of this triple-nave, late-Gothic church embodies a huge moral contradiction: it's in full view of the Red Light District, with passers-by ... 

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Dam Square

April 2009

Cara Rose R

This is the monument at Dam Square. On the square are also the New Church (Included in the I Amsterdam Card) and the Royal Palace (closed for renovations).

Oude Kerk

April 2008



This church is enormous and is filled with beautiful stained glass windows. It is said to be the only building in Amsterdam virtually unchanged since Rembrandt buried his wife Saskia here in 1642. It contains over 2000 graves (which are the stones you walk on) and there are over 10000 citizens buried beneath it.

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