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The following is a timeline of the history of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

13th-14th centuriesEdit

  • 1303 - Siege of Amsterdam

15th centuryEdit

  • 1421 - Fire
  • 1452 - Fire

16th centuryEdit

  • 1575 - Erven Lucas Bols in business[1]
  • 1585 - City expands beyond the Singel

17th centuryEdit

  • 1611 - Koopmansbeurs built
  • 1633 - Oude Lutherse Kerk built
  • 1679 - Wynand-Fockink in business[1]

18th centuryEdit

  • 1774 - Theatre opens on the Leidseplein
  • 1780 - Maagdenhuis built
  • 1785
    • Seamen's Institute founded[4]
    • Society for Public Welfare organized[4]
  • 1795 - Population: 217,000 people[5]

19th centuryEdit

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  • 1800 - Barrack of St. Charles built[6]
  • 1837 - Beurs van Zocher stock exchange built
  • 1843 - Weesperpoort railroad station opens
  • 1845 - Exchange opens[7]
  • 1863 - Museum Fodor opens[8]
  • 1864 - Paleis voor Volksvlijt built
  • 1869 - Netherlands Bank building constructed[4]
  • 1880 - Free University established[4]
  • 1882 - Spui square created
  • 1884 - Amsterdamsch Conservatorium foundedTemplate:Cn
  • 1895 - Willet-Holthuysen Museum established[4]

20th centuryEdit

  • 1946 - Dutch Historic Film Archive founded
  • 1957 - Horecava hospitality trade fair begins
  • 1976 - Sweelinck Conservatorium formed
  • 1999 - OT301 squat begins

21st centuryEdit

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See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

Further readingEdit

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