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Amsterdam is a city with a rich history, a history reflected in its thousands of monuments. From its 17th century Canal Ring and canal-side properties, to architectural icons from subsequent centuries and a whole host of public statues and art, Amsterdam monuments tell countless stories.

Towers of Amsterdam

Amsterdam may not be known for its skyscrapers, but there are a few notable landmarks that soar high above the city's low rise skyline. Here's our gui...
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Zuiderkerk

Zuiderkerkhof 72
1011 WB AMSTERDAM
Built between 1603 and 1611 and designed by Hendrick de Keyser, the Zuiderkerk was Amsterdam’s first church built specifically for...

De Cruquius

Cruquiusdijk 27
2142 ER CRUQUIUS
Built in 1849, de Cruquius pumping station is a unique industrial monument. The steam-powered pumps were employed to pump parts of...

De Bloem/De Blom Windmill

Haarlemmerweg 465
1055 PK AMSTERDAM
This is octagonal smock windmill was once a flour mill. Though it’s still turning, the windmill is no longer in service. Inside, a...

d'Admiraal Windmill

Noordhollandschkanaaldk 21
1034 ZL AMSTERDAM
Just north of the former village of Buiksloot, d’Admiraal Windmill stands next to the Noordhollandsch Canal. The octagonal smock w...

Amstelkerk

Amstelveld 10
1017 JD AMSTERDAM
Built in the 17th century, this wooden church can be found on the Amstelveld, one of the prettiest squares in Amsterdam. It was de...

De Gooyer Windmill

Funenkade 5
1018 AL AMSTERDAM
This octagonal windmill dates from 1725 and once served as a flour mill. The large windmill is a distinctive feature of the lands...

Begijnhofkapel

Begijnhof 30
1012 WT AMSTERDAM
The Begijnhofkapel (Begijnhof chapel) is also known as the Johannes en Ursula Kerk. Built in 1672, the chapel serves as a centre ...