It is impossible to list all the sights in Amsterdam. The links that you find on this page are to web sites that belong to places in the vicinity of B&B Batavia and that are fun but can be easily overlooked.
Jordaanweb features places of interest with cultural and historical information about the Jordaan, The Ring of Canals and the Centre of Amsterdam. With a mouseclick you start a virtual tour along inner courtyards, art studios, stone tablets, monuments, historical locations, architects, famous artist, churches, squares, markets, statues, theatres, musea and other institutions in Amsterdam. http://www.jordaanweb.nl/indexcom.htm
The Noorderkerk built in 1620-1623, is one of the oldest Protestant churches in the Netherlands. The Foundation Noorderkerk Concerts organizes an annual series of concerts in the Noorderkerk which often take place on Saturday. The web site is in Dutch only but the Concertagenda can be understood without speaking Dutch. http://www.noorderkerkconcerten.nl/
The Pianola Museum one of the smallest museums in Amsterdam, is located in the Westerstraat (Jordaan quarter). In the museum are many pianola's, reproduction pianos and related matters. The music archive includes nearly 25,000 music rolls. For individual visit the museum is open on Sunday from 14.00 - 17.00 hours (group visits by appointment only). http://www.pianola.nl/Engels&htm/FramesetEngels.html
The Movies is the oldest movie theater of the Netherlands and one of the oldest movie theaters in the world. Go there to see a movie or have a drink in the cosy bar and restaurant (located on the Haarlemmerdijk). http://www.themovies.nl/site
The Westerkerk dates from 1631 and is perhaps best known for containing the grave of Rembrandt. The church tower that dominates the nearby Jordaan quarter has inspired many songs and constitutes one of the symbols of the city of Amsterdam. http://www.westerkerk.nl/