A major and fantastic church – De Oude Kerk The Old Church rules over the Red Light District. Albeit initially worked as a Catholic place of love, today the Oude Kerk is one of the one of a kind structures communicating the national character of Dutch Protestantism.
Through its outstanding design, high windows brimming with light, perfectly etched misericords in the choir, noteworthy old stone headstones on its floor, and through its remarkable history ubiquitous in the building, the Oude Kerk symbolizes the custom and the present-day of Amsterdam.
Tending in the congregation's fundamental passage, you will be astonished to see the coffeehouse simply left to it, windows with sex laborers in front and the Princess Juliana Nursery School left right the congregation at no.8 on the Oudekerksplein. Differentiation couldn't be greater and the Oude Kerk, the most seasoned and for a considerable length of time an essential church in Amsterdam, albeit now having lost this name to the Nieuwe Kerk, stays one of one of a kind sights to visit.