The Noorderkerk ("northern church") is a 17th-century Protestant church in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. A number of other towns in the Netherlands also have a Noorderkerk church, including The Hague, Hoorn and Kampen.
The church was built in the years 1620–1623 to serve the rapidly growing population of the new Jordaan neighbourhood. The Jordaan already had a church, the Westerkerk, but the city government decided that a second church should be built to serve the northern part of the neighbourhood. The Noorderkerk became the church for the common people, while the Westerkerk was used mainly by the middle and upper classes.
|Monday||10:30 AM – 12:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:30 AM – 12:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, 6:30 – 7:30 PM|
Francesco Casalegno | Apr 16, 2018
The inside of the church is completely empty, nothing of interesting to see.
Stef Nvtreview | Apr 26, 2018
Empty church, not much to see usually, still nice to see from the outside though and the area around it
Laura Meddens | Jan 15, 2018
A lovely place to listen to a concert a fine experience.
Christiaan Venhuizen | Mar 20, 2018
Nice old churche
Norma Jean Vergara | Apr 9, 2017
Located in a charming little neighborhood. Not much tourists in this area. However, it was closed when we visited so we were only able to see it from outside. Its material is very true to classic Dutch engineering and somehow looks asymmetrical.
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