Amsterdam Roest B.V.
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Amsterdam Roest is een stadsoase. Een creatieve vrijplaats. Een experiment dat openstaat voor originele ideeën. Roest is minimalistisch, maar wel warm. Je kunt er ontspannen, dansen, scheppen, genieten en je laten inspireren door kunst, film en theater. Roest is er voor iedereen.
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Great atmosphere and location. Its has a beach, a warehouse and an old pub.
Amsterdam Roest: industrial city beach. The day restaurant at Amsterdam Roest is called Super De Bar. There are also markets, warehouse parties and festivals! Website: amsterdamroest.nl
Cafe Roest: during daytime U can chill on the citybeach. In the weekends turning the beats on in the evening. Every time diffrent theme. Verry chill and relaxing place
Nice bar where sometimes great DJ perform. Daytimes are good too as this is a city-beach location.
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“Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm favorite on tourist itineraries since becoming state property back in 1936. Designed by Jacob van Campen, the impressive Romanesque construction is fashioned around over 13,500 woolen piles sunk into the ground and is best known for its iconic rooftop statue of Greek titan Atlas, straining beneath the weight of the world on his back. First built as a city hall, the building was transformed into a Royal Palace back in 1808, under reign of Louis I, King of Holland and is still used frequently for state visits.”
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“The church occasionally hosts concerts and recitals featuring the magnificently restored 19th-century Sauer organ. Note that the church is only open to the public for a few hours a day depending on events and massesAmsterdam’s most important Roman Catholic Church, and, in fact, Amsterdam’s only basilica, was built between 1884 and 1887 and is now of the city’s most recognizable icons thanks to striking Neo-Baroque and Neo-Renaissance features. The façade, which is flanked by two imposing towers, features an intricate rose window depicting Christ and the four Evangelists made in the acclaimed Van den Bossche and Crevels workshop. The basilica’s interior is lavishly decorated.”
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“Located at Zuiderkerkhof 72, the Zuiderkerk is currently closed until March 2017. The Metro can be taken to Nieuwmarkt, while the site is also a short walk from WaterloopleinThe Zuiderkerk sits just south of Amsterdam’s Nieuwmarkt and is one of a series of ecclesiastical masterpieces constructed by Dutch Renaissance architect Hendrick de Keyser. He helped to shape the face of the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring) in the 17th century by designing the Westerkerk on Prinsengracht and the Noorderkerk in the Jordaan. Consecrated in 1611, the Zuiderkerk was the first Protestant church to be built in the city”
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