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Basilica of St. Nicholas, Amsterdam

The Basilica of Saint Nicholas is a 19th century Catholic church near the Centraal Station in the oldest part of Amsterdam.

The Basilica of Saint Nicholas is a 19th century Catholic church near the Centraal Station in the oldest part of Amsterdam. Designed by Adrianus Bleijs, it has Neo-Baroque and Neo-Renaissance elements. The façade is flanked by 2 towers, with a bas relief of Christ and the Four Evangelists in the rose window. The interiors have religious murals by Jan Dunselman, including a panel depicting the Eucharistic Miracle of Amsterdam. The altar has sculptures by Perre van den Bossche, above which is the crown of Maximilian I.


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About Basilica of St. Nicholas

 Prins Hendrikkade 73, 1012 AD Amsterdam, Netherlands

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 www.nicolaas-parochie.nl

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