The unique pinewood Amstelkerk was erected in 1668 as a noodkerk (makeshift church) under the direction of the city architect, Daniël...
In 1796, shortly after the French-installed government proclaimed freedom of religion, De Duif was the first Catholic church to be built...
Inside there's a mellow brasserie on one side and a stylish bar on the other, but on a sunny afternoon there's nothing better than...
Consistently ranked among Amsterdam's finest Indonesian restaurants, Tempo Doeloe's setting and service are elegant without being...
Utrechtsestraat 52-60 · interesting places nearby
Spread over several buildings, this rambling shop has Amsterdam's best selection of new and secondhand CDs and vinyl in every imaginable genre, from pop to classical, dance to world music and much more. It's often cheap and always interesting, and has good listening facilities.