Open for exhibitions, concerts and visitors, the Moses House and its classical facade on Waterlooplein is hard to miss. Inside you’ll find whitewashed walls and hardwood floors, but your gaze will no doubt be drawn to the stunning marble altar or the 14 depictions of the life of Christ that cover the interior. Not unlike many other Catholic churches, it began its existence as a clandestine church, but was finally built out in the open after the ban on the Roman faith was lifted in 1795. It’s no longer used as a church, but is still worth a peek if you’re in the neighbourhood. A plaque outside proudly states that the illustrious composer Franz Lizst performed here in 1866.