This is a Baroque church that has been around for two or three hundred years according to the guide, not a very large area, but the interior is exceptionally ornate and sees a lot of worshippers
[Scenery] Worth a visit
[Fun] We are very happy to visit the pigeon farm. This is a charming little house, well kept. The tour guide knows a lot about this place and knows a lot. She can take you around and answer all your questions. Even if you are not a fan of Woedsworth, this place is definitely worth a visit. Here you can think more deeply about the past.
Café DE Druif (Café the grape) at the Rapenburgplein dated from 1566 was what we now call a brown pub, and is the oldest pub in Amsterdam, although the grape in that time lay outside the village and just outside the city limits. The De Druif was once a embark Café, that means that sailors could subscribe here with a VOC ship to sail along. To the grapes that were hanging on the Café wall outside, the sailors knew that they could enroll here. The grape is really a cozy neighbourhood cafe. Just go sightseeing, but do not enroll yourself for tramp shipping.
The Dovecote Church, located near the Prince's Canal in Amsterdam, is a historic 18th-century Baroque building. There is a huge cross on the top of the church. When there are no worship activities, you can visit it through the side entrance for free.
The tall and magnificent church is now used for other purposes. Concerts are often held here. There are chorus, symphony, dance, product display, theater, exhibition and so on.