Amsterdam's Oude Kerk, which means "Old Church," is the city's oldest and by far the most impressive.
The Nieuwe Kerk, 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."
Amsterdam's Zuiderkerk, 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).
English Reformed Church
The English Reformed Church is located in the Begijnhof, a hidden courtyard of cottages originally built in the 14th century. It was established in 1607 for English-speaking worshippers in Amsterdam. The church, whose minister is always from Scotland, still holds English-speaking services.