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The 17th-century Noorderkerk in the Jordaan neighborhood was one of the first Protestant churches built after the Reformation in Amsterdam.
The 17th-century Noorderkerk in the Jordaan neighborhood was one of the first Protestant churches built after the Reformation in Amsterdam. Designed by Hendrick de Keyser, it is noted for its Greek Cross layout, with equilateral symmetrical arms. It has a 19thcentury organ by Knipp. The Noordermarkt Square in front of the church hosts a farmers’ market on Saturdays.
Noordermarkt 48, 1015 NA Amsterdam, Netherlands
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