Beurs van Berlage


During the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age, Amsterdam became the first city in the world to establish its own permanent stock exchange. Here, shares were traded in the world's first public limited company: the Dutch East India Company.

Three hundred years later, architect Berlage was commissioned to build Amsterdam's third stock exchange building. A controversial structure at the time, today this building is regarded as ushering in the era of modern Dutch architecture. More info here.

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