Latest news20 September 2023
On 17 August 1945, Sukarno proclaimed the independence of Indonesia. Now, almost eighty years on, De Nieuwe Kerk presents The Great Indonesia Exhibition: a show focusing on the history of the largest archipelago in the world, its inhabita...Read more
In De Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam
De Nieuwe Kerk Amsterdam offers high-profile exhibitions about art, photography, and inspiring individuals and cultures. The church dates back to the Middle Ages; it was consecrated in 1409 and is also in use for national and royal events. It is located in the heart of Amsterdam, with the visitor entrance on Dam square.
De Nieuwe Kerk is located on Dam Square, Amsterdam. It is a 10 minutes walk from Central Station. Metro: M52, station Rokin. Trams: nearly all trams to and from Central Station stop at Dam Square.
There are three public car parks close to De Nieuwe Kerk: De Bijenkorf (department store), Central Station and Nieuwezijds Kolk.
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