Three of Rembrandt's children were buried here, in the city's first Protestant church, designed by Hendrick de Keyser and built between 1603 and 1614. In recent years, it's succumbed to a shortage of worshipers and today houses a permanent exhibit on modern urban planning, which shows where Amsterdam's headed . You can climb the church tower, the Zuiderkerktoren, on a tour; its Hemony carillon still peals out in clear tones every hour, and the city carilloneur plays a 1-hour concert here on Thursdays at noon.