Situated along the Amstel River, Zorgvlied is a cemetery with a crematorium. The presence of grave monuments belonging to nationally renowned Dutch figures from the theater, music, arts, and politics makes Zorgvlied particularly special and well worth a visit.

The secluded green area is perfect for leisurely strolls, allowing visitors to admire unique tombstones, including those of figures like Herman Brood.

Guided tours and events
Guided tours and events are organized multiple times a year, providing enriching experiences. For more details, please check the official website.

Historical Background
On November 1, 1870, Zorgvlied was inaugurated by the municipality of Nieuwer-Amstel (now known as Amstelveen) and remains under Amstelveen's ownership. However, due to the municipal reorganization in 1896, Zorgvlied lies within the boundaries of the Amsterdam municipality. Designated as a national monument since 2007, Zorgvlied encapsulates a rich historical legacy


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Amsteldijk 273
1079LL amsterdam
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