The Thamerkerk is a church in Uithoorn, a town located south of Amsterdam. It was built in 1835 and contains an organ originally constructed in the 18th century by Johannes van Harteveld, a noted designer from Amsterdam. Services and events Since 1992, the church has served multiple purposes. It still offers church services on Sundays and during holidays but it’s also used for meetings, parties and other events. In addition, the church is a national monument.
In the middle of the city, on the lively Haarlemmerstraat is one of the main remaining nineteenth century churches of Amsterdam. The neo-Gothic Posthoornkerk with its three slender towers a landmark in the city center.
De Oude Kerk, oldest church in Amsterdam, is now a centre of cultural activities in the heart of the old town centre. The beautiful light through the high windows, the medieval church furnishing, gravestones (such as Saskia van Uylenburgh’s, Rembrandt’s first wife) and the magnificent painted wooden vaults, create a unique atmosphere and give away something of the buildings’ unique history.
In the heart of Amsterdam, near the Nieuwmarkt, you will find it Bethaniënklooster. The Bethaniënklooster is a leading venue for chamber music, but also a tasteful venue for various activities such as lectures, business meetings, weddings and dinners.