I often take visitors to Amsterdam here. This hidden catholic church is a gem. You'll not find anything like it elsewhere. The main room on the first floor is so typically Dutch. You find yourself in a Vermeer painting. The pastor's bedroom is so quaint. The church on the top three floors is surprisingly spacious and as lopsided as most Amsterdam houses. Downstairs is the old kitchen and even an indoor loo. The clever way the windows as ground level let light even into the basement is an education in itself. The museum has been undergoing renovations for some time. Not sure when it will be finished. If you want to understand something more of the Dutch culture of tolerance, this museum provides a suprising insight into just one aspect. Definitely worth a visit!
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