Here you can find interesting sights in Amstelveen, Netherlands. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 9 sights are available in Amstelveen, Netherlands.Back to the list of cities in Netherlands
The Easter church is a church in the Augustinus Park in Amstelveen, designed by J. B. Baron van Asbeck, which was thereby inspired by the chapel in Ronchamp by Le Corbusier. It is a floor church with the church hall upstairs. Above that is the scaling roof with the shape of a hyperbolic paraboloid. There is no bell tower, but the church does have a carillon next to the entrance in the north facade. The base is a square, two of the four walls are in the water. A large number of small square windows with colored glass have been installed in the facades. In the south façade there is a large stained glass window by Jan Meine Jansen. The organ was built in 1967 by Ernst Leeflang and was renovated and expanded in 2014. The church hall originally contained 500 seats, after the renovation in 2013 there are 350 left.
2. Amsterdamse Bos
The Amsterdamse Bos is an English park or landscape park in the municipalities of Amstelveen and Amsterdam. Although most of the park is located in Amstelveen, the owner of the park is the City of Amsterdam. The park was mainly built in the early 1930s, mostly by the unemployment relief. Because of World War II interrupting the building process, the last tree was not planted until the 1970s. Annually, almost 4.5 million people visit the park, which has a size of 1,000 hectares and is approximately three times the size of Central Park in New York City. It houses a number of animal parks, sporting clubs, rowing courses, gardens and remembrance monuments.
3. TOP Middelpolder
The tourist transfer point (top) is a "natural node" from which various cycling, boating, skating and hiking routes begin. Each of the vertices can be identified on landmarks, using a type of obelisk in the eastern part of the country, thatched cottages in the Green Center and throwing an amazing pillar of information in the area & Battle and River Land. At the top, there are usually some seats, bicycle racks and road signs. The area's top Throw & Fight also always offers bike rentals, hotels, free toilets, anwb bike service boxes and vv information points.
4. Dr. Jac. P. Thijssepark
Doctor. Yes. P. Hijssepark is a park in the north of the Netherlands. Built in the 20th century, it is actually a long and long heme garden. The park is located in the northwest corner of Amstelven, on the edge of the Amsterdamse forest. The main entrance is located on Prince Charming Avenue. Near Hijssepark, you can find the oldest amstelven hemoglobin park: the 1939 "garden".
5. Cobra Museum
The Cobra Museum of Modern Art is an art museum in Amstelveen in the Netherlands. The collection of the museum consists of key works by artists associated with three art movements, Vrij Beelden (1945), Cobra (1948–1951), and Creatie (1950–1955). In addition, the museum organizes temporary exhibitions by national and international avant-garde artists.
6. De Braak
Located in Amstelveen in the north of the Netherlands, the park was built in the 1930s and is actually a long, long heme garden. It is located in the northwest corner of Amstelven, along the Amsterdamsegrad, forming the northern and western borders. The apartment in the neighborhood is JAC. P. Sea Ice Park in the 1940s.
7. Sint Urbanus
Holy City Church is the Roman Catholic Church in 1867, which is located in the parent church of Anster County in northern Holland. The church is located on the southwest side of the parents' church, near the church bridge of the small river, on the edge of the rounded corner.
Net Park is a net dam located on the north bank of the net pool, and Amber Southeast Park in the urban area is an artificial leisure pool, which is built by sand mining. Net park is managed by green space and leisure area. It belongs to the Dutch Nature Network (nnnnn).
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