, which means "Old Church," is the city's oldest and by far the most impressive.
, or "New Church," is located on Dam Square, adjacent to the Royal Palace.
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands was married in the Westerkerk, or "west church." Read more about it here.
, or "south church," is no longer a functioning church, but is open to visitors.
The St. Nicolaaskerk near Centraal Station is still a functioning church in Amsterdam.
The Noorderkerk, or "north church," sits on the sight of a popular Amsterdam market (Noordermarkt). Read more about the church here.
English Reformed Church
The English Reformed Church is located in the Begijnhof, a hidden courtyard of cottages originally built in the 14th century (and one of my suggested free Amsterdam attractions). It was established in 1607 for English-speaking worshippers in Amsterdam. The church, whose minister is always from Scotland, still holds English-speaking services.