Sights & Attractions in Amsterdam

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Things to Do in Jewish Quarter

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
De Plantage
Only a short walk away from Waterlooplein (follow the tram tracks)...
Neighborhoods / Streets Jewish Quarter
 
Gassan Diamonds
By the beginning of the 18th century, Amsterdam had a virtual...
Industrial Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Hermitage Amsterdam
Taking advantage of 300 years of historical links between Amsterdam...
Museums / Galleries Jewish Quarter
 
Joods Historisch Museum
Four Ashkenazi synagogues (or shuls, as they are called in Yiddish)...
Museums / Galleries, Religious Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Montelbaanstoren
Rembrandt loved to sketch this slightly leaning redbrick tower...
Military Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Mozes en Aäronkerk
Landmarking the eastern corner of the Waterlooplein flea market...
Religious Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Museum het Rembrandthuis
This is the house that Rembrandt bought, flush with success...
Museums / Galleries Jewish Quarter
 
Muziektheater/Stadhuis
Universally known as the Stopera—from the combining of "Stadhuis"...
Government Buildings Jewish Quarter
 
Pintohuis
Scholar and grandee Isaac de Pinto escaped the Inquisition in...
Houses / Mansions Jewish Quarter
 
Portugese Synagoge
With Jerusalem's Temple of Solomon as inspiration, Elias Bouman...
Religious Sites Jewish Quarter
 
Waterlooplein
Amsterdam's most famous flea market was once an area bordered...
Squares Jewish Quarter
 
Zuiderkerk
Gorgeous enough to have inspired both Sir Christopher Wren and...
Religious Sites Jewish Quarter
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