Town Hall, Amsterdam


The town hall of Amsterdam (now Royal Palace), was built between 1648 and 1655 after a design of Jacob van Campen, to replace the old town hall. Overlooking Dam Square it was the largest building project in Amsterdam's Golden Age. In 1806 when Louis napoleon became King of the netherlands, it was transformed into Roal Palace.



Pieter de Hooch
The Interior of the Burgomasters' Council Chamber in the Amsterdam Town Hall with Visitors
1663-65

Gerrit Berckheyde
Dam Square with the New Town Hall in Amsterdam
c. 1670-75

Pieter de Hooch
A Couple Walking in the Citizens' Hall of the Amsterdam Town Hall
1663-65

Johannes Lingelbach
View of Dam Square with the Amsterdam Town Hall under Construction
1656

Jan van der Heyden
View of the Town Hall in Amsterdam with the Dam
1668


Isaac Ouwater the Younger
View of the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam
c. 1780

Gerrit Adriansz. Berckheyde
The Amsterdam Town Hall from the Dam

Jan van der Heyden
The Town Hall of Amsterdam with the Dam
1667

Jan van der Heyden
Nieuweyijds Voorburgwal with the Town Hall of Amsterdam

Gerrit Berckheyde
The Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal with the Town Hall in Amsterdam
c. 1670-75


Attributed to Johannes Lingelbach
The Dam Square in Amsterdam with the New Town Hall under Construction, Seen to the West
c. 1670

Gerrit Adriansz. Berckheyde
The Amsterdam Town Hall
c. 1674

Johannes Lingelbach
Dam Square with the New Town Hall under Construction
1656

Gerrit Berckheyde
The Town Hall on Dam Square
c. 1665-70

Gerrit Adriaensz. Berckheyde
The Town Hall on Dam Square, Amsterdam
1672


Gerrit Adriaensz. Berckheyde
Town Hall on the Dam, Amsterdam
1693

Hubert Quellinus after Artus Quellinus
The Tympanum of the Rear Side of the Amsterdam Town Hall
1664

Hubert Quellinus
Front Pediment of the Former Town Hall Amsterdam