It was very crowded this weekend to visit the monuments in Amsterdam but after some minutes in a line there was movement. Now you could look into houses that are closed the rest of the year. Here we are going to visit the van Brienen House on the Herengracht. Build in 1620 by the widow of Hans van Wely ( a famous jeweler of that time) who had bought the ground in 1614. In 1728 the house came in the hands of David Rutgers and his 2 sisters and the interior in the style of Louis XIV is from this time and still mostly intact. It is considered one of the 100 most important interiors in the Netherlands.
Here you are looking on the inner court from the front house to the back house
Part of the great reception room with an arcadic landscape as wall painting all around.
Also the servant rooms still exists.