New Amsterdam (disambiguation)
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New Amsterdam was the Dutch colonial settlement that later became New York City.
New Amsterdam or Nieuw Amsterdam may also refer to:
- New Amsterdam Historic District, a section of Detroit, Michigan
- New Amsterdam, New Holland, a former Dutch colonial settlement in Brazil
- New Amsterdam, Guyana, a town in East Berbice-Corentyne Region, Guyana
- Nieuw-Amsterdam, Drenthe, a village in Emmen, Netherlands
- Nieuw Amsterdam, Suriname, the capital of the Commewijne District, Suriname
- New Amsterdam, Indiana, a town in Indiana, U.S.
- Buffalo, New York or New Amsterdam, New York, U.S.
- New Amsterdam, Wisconsin, an unincorporated community in Wisconsin, U.S.
- Île Amsterdam or Nieuw Amsterdam, an island in the Indian Ocean
- New Amsterdam Theatre, a theater in New York City
- New Amsterdam (2008 TV series), a 2008 television series
- New Amsterdam (2018 TV series), a 2018 television series
- The New Amsterdams, an American rock band
- New Amsterdam Records, a label for New York composers and performers
- New Amsterdam: Live at Heineken Music Hall February 4–6, 2003, an album by Counting Crows
- "New Amsterdam", a song by Elvis Costello from Get Happy!!
- "New Amsterdam", a song by Travis from The Boy With No Name
- New Amsterdam, a 2007 novel by Elizabeth Bear
- Nieuw Amsterdam (sailing ship), a 17th century Dutch warship commanded by Anthony van Diemen
- SS Nieuw Amsterdam (1905), an ocean liner in service 1905–1932
- SS Nieuw Amsterdam (1937), an ocean liner in service 1938–1974
- MS Nieuw Amsterdam (1982), a cruise ship in service 1984–2000
- MS Nieuw Amsterdam (2009), a cruise ship that entered service in 2010
- New Amsterdam Spirits, an American brand of gin and vodka owned by E & J Gallo Winery
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