The new church was not really a new one, but it was built more than 600 years ago and was burned down almost completely in 1645 after being built in less than 50 years. The church is no longer a service, but a common exhibition space.
From the fourth floor of the shopping center, find a seat facing out the window, just to see the full view of the new church, across the huge glass window to take pictures, just to line up the full view of the new church.
It is a church in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It is located in Dam Square in the city center, next to the Royal Palace of Amsterdam, used for royal coronations and weddings. This church no longer holds worship services, it is just an ordinary exhibition venue, and organ concerts are also held.
When I arrived at Dam Square, I actually passed by the new church, but I didn't know that it was the new church. I even went inside by mistake, just in time for something similar to a press conference. The handsome guy in the reception was very tall and greeted very gently.
At first glance, this church was unremarkable in appearance, nothing very special. But in fact, it has a major task. Since the early 19th century, the coronation of the king and queen has been carried out here, and it is also used as a venue for performances.