Open monument day in Amsterdam

July 8, 2013 in Amsterdam Blog

Open monument day in Amsterdam is a special edition this year, this event brings together 400 years of rich city culture to life. By expositioning the change in lifestyle and architecture from Amsterdam during the last 400 years you will be able to experience the influence of the 19th century in living comfort, city planning and lust for decorating the city. This period also became know as the second golden century

The 3rd edition of open monument day in Amsterdam is the 14th of july and a lot of buildings and private homes will be open to the general public.

Mozes-and-Aaron-church-Amsterdam

The following locations are opening their door to the general public:

– Mozes en Aäronkerk, Waterlooplein 207
– Sense of Place, Herengracht 528A
– Voormalig Erfgoedhuis, Herengracht 474
– Goethe-Institut, Herengracht 470
– De Krijtberg, Singel 446
– Boekmanstichting, Herengracht 415
– NIOD, Herengracht 380
– De Vergulde Ster, Keizersgracht 387
– De Groene Bocht, Keizersgracht 452
– De Platanenhof, Lauriergracht 99-103
– Kapel De Voorzienigheid, Lauriergracht 39
– Grachtenhuis De Visscher, Keizersgracht 269
– Wieden+Kennedy, Herengracht 258
– Dominicuskerk, Spuistraat 12
– De Bazel (centraal informatiepunt), Vijzelstraat 32
For more information check the website from the open monument day in Amsterdam

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