Beurs van Berlage
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Damrak 243 · interesting places nearby
Beurs van Berlage information
Master architect and ardent socialist HP Berlage (1856–1934) built Amsterdam's financial exchange in 1903. He filled the temple of capitalism with decorations that venerate labour – look inside the café to see tile murals of the well-muscled proletariat of the past, present and future. Within two decades trading had outgrown the building and moved elsewhere. The building now hosts conferences and art exhibitions.