A congregation like none other, the Oude Kerk in Amsterdam mostly is an epic and stunning notorious bit of sort of Dutch history and culture. With development and various remodels for the most part finished in 1460, the congregation is washed in a red shade during the evening the way things are in the epicenter of the Red Light District of the city. Three sides of the structure include different pinnacles, amazing recolored glass establishments, and the mind-boggling feeling of custom. The engineering itself separates the congregation from it's associates and makes Oude Kerk essentially an amazing and remarkable experience.
Near Zhongyang Railway Station, Amsterdam. The building is magnificent, you can feel the strong atmosphere when you walk aside. I didn't have the opportunity to go in and see what was going on inside such a huge building. Leave it to the next time.
The old church is also an old church along the Amsterdam Canal. Compared with the empty inside of the new church, the decoration style is a bit dark. After careful reading the instructions, we found the people buried under the brick. It feels a little chilly.
The old church (Oude Kerk) stands in the heart of the red-light district as if it was watching all the carnival underneath its feet. However, it is the most important monument in Amsterdam and has been playing the role of the cathedral since it was built in the early 13th century. The church was originally dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the sailor's guardian saint, but after the religious revolution, the church was accepted by Protestants, and now only in some humble corners can the traces of the old religion be found.
Walking here on Sunday morning is very quiet and beautiful. The bell rings and walks in the empty lane as if the world had nothing to do with me. The church was originally dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the sailor's patron saint, but after the religious revolution, the church was accepted by Protestants, and now only in some humble corners can the traces of the old religion be found.
The representative of history, with Amsterdam characteristics, is recommended.
The old church, located on the canal bank of Amsterdam's urban area, is the oldest Catholic Church in the area. It is a Gothic style building in the Middle Ages. The interior of the church is a wooden dome, and the back yard of the church is a local cemetery.
This is the oldest church in Amsterdam. Located in the heart of Amsterdam's red light district, it was built more than 800 years ago, and some of it was under repair when we went there. The church is magnificent and magnificent and can be appreciated slowly.
It's easy to see the old church (Oude Kerk) in the old city of the red light district. The Gothic Christian Church was first built in 1306 for fishermen and Saint Nicholas, the guardian of Amsterdam. The medieval style is still visible in its interior, with 47 wall clocks said to be hung in the bell tower. At night, there is a strong contrast between the depth of the surrounding red light windows and bars and the church.
The churches in the name of this country are shrunk in the corner of the palace square, which does not reflect their due courage and status. The interior furnishings deserve careful taste and are more exquisite.
The old church next to the red light district feels very reluctant to stay there ~beside the church there are statues saluting sex workers all over the world.