Amsterdam's new church is just at the corner of the dam square, next to the Palace of Amsterdam. The appearance of the church is very good. Now it has basically become an exhibition hall. When I went to the church, there was a Rome exhibition. Because of the time problem, I couldn't go in and visit it.
The new church is situated next to the palace, opposite Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. There's a Queen's Department Store and a shopping center. It's a small but magnificent building. When we went, we just caught up with the exhibition of Constantine the Great in Rome, where ancient Roman statues, gold and silver coins, paintings and self-help understanding machines in English were displayed.
Beside the palace, at first I thought it was the palace. The first time I went to the souvenir shop and looked inside, it was very big. Later I thought I had to buy tickets to go in and have a good look. There were often exhibitions there. When I went there, I saw a photographic exhibition, which was very shocking.
Standing in the Dam Square in the center of Amsterdam, I gaze at the classical and magnificent architecture since the 17th century. The Baroque building, supported by 13659 wooden stakes, was chosen by Napoleon as his residence when France occupied the Netherlands in 1808, and the original city hall was renamed Koninklijk Paleis. Although the Queen's office is actually in The Hague, it is still one of the three palaces commonly used by the Dutch Royal family. As a reception for foreign guests, it is awarded a prize. And places for official ceremonies and other activities. Close to the palace is a new Gothic church. There are many scenic spots around the square - "Palace, New Church, Queen's Shopping Center, Heroes Monument, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, etc. Travel Tips - "How to Arrive - "Take Tram Line 1, 2, 5, 14 to Dam / Paleisstraat Station; Take Bus Line 4, 9, 16, 24, 25, 355, 357, 359, 361, 363 to Dam Station.
Nieuwe Kerk is located in the Dam Square in the centre of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It is adjacent to the Palace of Amsterdam. It is used for Royal coronation (the last time was in 1980) and wedding (the last time was in 2002). Since 1815, all kings and queens of the Netherlands have held coronation ceremonies in this place. The wedding and coronation ceremony of the current King of the Netherlands William & Alexandria are held here. So it is also called the Crown Hall.
The glorious moment should also be the coronation ceremony of the Queen's abdication held last year (2013), which has now become an exhibition hall, and regular exhibitions on certain themes, when I went to the photo exhibition. The building is not impressive. It's right next to the palace on the dam square.
The new church is located in Dam Square. It is named after the old church in the red light district, not Protestant church. After the new church was built, the status of the old church declined. When I went to the 2017 News Photo Exhibition, they were all big news photos of that year. The church itself had nothing to see. Most churches in the Netherlands had nothing to see.