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Keeping track of time and history... Zuiderkerk Tower Amsterdam

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

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This is Amsterdam

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View on the tower of the Zuiderkerk (South Church – Wikipedia ) in Amsterdam, seen from the Kloveniersburgwal, under a bright blue sky.

Quote from wikipedia
“The Zuiderkerk (”southern church") is a 17th Century Protestant church in the Nieuwmarkt area of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The church played an important part in the life of Rembrandt and was the subject of a painting by Claude Monet.
The Zuiderkerk was the city’s first church built specifically for Protestant services. It was constructed between 1603 and 1611. The distinctive church tower, which dominates the surrounding area, was not completed until 1614 and contains a carillon of bells built by the brothers Hemony, installed in 1656."


Technical details

Photograph made with Pentax K10D camera and
smc Pentax-DA 18-55 lens
Exposure 1/250 sec, f. 11 mm
focal length 40 mm , ISO 200
Date: feb. 2011


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Featured in Dutch Touch (Oct. 26, 2011)

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