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Simpele naam, simpel concept. Bij Clup Up kom je gewoon om uit je te dak te gaan! Van disco tot house en de wat excentriekere feesten. Daarnaast is Club Up een podium voor jong talent.
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Quirky, cozy club for house, hip-hop & techno nights set above the chic De Kring artists' society.
Very lai back club in the middle of the center, alternative vibe. People of all ages and backgrounds can be found here.
“One of the best spots in town. Hit this place up on a Thursday night until the early hours for their Super Social Nights. Can be found on Leidseplein, the nightlife centre of the city!”
“Amsterdam Roest: industrial city beach. The day restaurant at Amsterdam Roest is called Super De Bar. There are also markets, warehouse parties and festivals! Website: amsterdamroest.nl”
“Amsterdam's biggest coffee shop (yes the smoking kind), also food, 3D TV etc. Lot's of youngsters spend their entire break here. Consumption obligated.”
“Located at Zuiderkerkhof 72, the Zuiderkerk is currently closed until March 2017. The Metro can be taken to Nieuwmarkt, while the site is also a short walk from WaterloopleinThe Zuiderkerk sits just south of Amsterdam’s Nieuwmarkt and is one of a series of ecclesiastical masterpieces constructed by Dutch Renaissance architect Hendrick de Keyser. He helped to shape the face of the Grachtengordel (Canal Ring) in the 17th century by designing the Westerkerk on Prinsengracht and the Noorderkerk in the Jordaan. Consecrated in 1611, the Zuiderkerk was the first Protestant church to be built in the city”
“The church occasionally hosts concerts and recitals featuring the magnificently restored 19th-century Sauer organ. Note that the church is only open to the public for a few hours a day depending on events and massesAmsterdam’s most important Roman Catholic Church, and, in fact, Amsterdam’s only basilica, was built between 1884 and 1887 and is now of the city’s most recognizable icons thanks to striking Neo-Baroque and Neo-Renaissance features. The façade, which is flanked by two imposing towers, features an intricate rose window depicting Christ and the four Evangelists made in the acclaimed Van den Bossche and Crevels workshop. The basilica’s interior is lavishly decorated.”