Timeline of Amsterdam

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

Prior to 17th century

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17th century

18th century

  • 1748 - Pachtersoproer riots.
  • 1765 - Amsterdam Academy of Drawing founded.[9]
  • 1774 - Theatre opens on the Leidseplein.
  • 1776 - Felix Meritis society[15][16] and Society for the Advancement of Agriculture[17] established.
  • 1780 - Maagdenhuis built.
  • 1785 - Seamen's Institute, and Society for Public Welfare organized.[15]
  • 1787 - Prussians in power.[2]
  • 1794
  • 1795 - January: French in power.[18]
  • 1800 - Barrack of St. Charles built.[19]

19th century

20th century

1900s-1940s

1950s-1990s

21st century

Images

See also

References

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  3. Rough 2015.
  4. Overall 1870.
  5. Baedeker 1891.
  6. Murray 1876.
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