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Everyone can visit here but remember this is a place of worship and you need to respect this and remain silent.
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At 16 to 18 Zeedijk you will find the Buddhist Temple, Fo Guang Shan He Hwa which was built in 2000.
Around the time of the Alteration in 1578 this street was full of monasteries and the names of many of the streets around the canal are reminders of this.

The Pulitzer is a unique blend of up-market, traditional and modern Dutch craftsmanship hidden amongst the citys iconic canals.From the airport, you can be at the hotel lobby in 15 minutes.Museum Amstelkring This beautiful Catholic church is one of the most interesting churches in the city because it is found hidden inside a 17th century canal house.If you look at the floor of the church you will see it consists mainly of gravestones and this is because the church was built on a cemetery.Inside is large and fairly plain.Traveller's Tip In WW2 this square was used by the Nazis as a collection point for Jews who had been rounded up to be sent to concentration camps.It was the home of two wealthy brothers named Trip who made their money by trading weapons, artillery, ammunition and battle ships.Its main functions are to protect against high tide and to refresh the water in the canals.The Trippenhuis is notable because it is one of the widest houses in Amsterdam at 22 metres.Zuiderkerk This was Amsterdams first protestant church.
For information about the tower visit the website at: (in Dutch only) Oudezijds Kolk This is a narrow sluice that runs from the Oosterdok which is the body of water found north of Prins Hendrikkade to the canal, Oudezijds Voorburgwal.
In the 1980s the city took action and the area was cleaned up and has now become a popular area with its many shops, boutiques and restaurants.

Kloveniersburgwal This canal is found between the Nieuwmarkt and the Amstel River, east of Dam Square.
Note on the facade the chimneys that are shaped like mortars, the canons engraved on the gable and the gunpowder grey exterior.
From the 17th century part of the street was called Jodenbreestraat because of the many Jewish immigrants who lived here and during WW2 many of the Jewish residents of this street were taken away to concentration camps leaving the neighbourhood practically deserted.