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The “Jeruzalem Church” is a great example of the style of the Amsterdam School. The church was built in the years 1928-1929 and designed by the architect Ferdinand Jantzen. The church forms a harmonious whole with the environment in which it is built, not just in style, but also because it’s directly connected to the adjoining housing block. The exterior and interior are rich in symbols, including the stained-glass windows, which were also designed by Jantzen. The building is now a national monument.