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The Kromhout Shipyard on the Hoogte Kadijk in Amsterdam displays a collection of ship engines built by Dutch firm Kromhout..
The Kromhout Shipyard on the Hoogte Kadijk in Amsterdam displays a collection of ship engines built by Dutch firm Kromhout.
Hoogte Kadijk 147, 1018 BJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Natura Artis Magistra or Artis Royal Zoo in central Amsterdam is the oldest zoo in Netherlands, with a botanical garden, planetarium, aquarium and the Zoological Museum
De Gooyer is the only windmill in the centre of Amsterdam, and the site of the popular microbrewery Brouwerij t' IJ
Micropia zooms into the world of micro-organisms, throwing light on the various types of microbes in the world around us and within us
The National Maritime Museum (Het Scheepvaartmuseum) reopened in late 2011 following major renovations
Tropenmuseum is Amsterdam's own little tropical corner
Once a well-known Dutch theatre, the Hollandsche Schouwburg today is a War Memorial to deported Dutch Jews who were victims of the Holocaust
The Wertheimerpark is a small park on the banks of the Nieuwe Herengracht, one of the nicest canals in Amsterdam
Oosterpark is a sprawling 19th century English garden with several ponds and streams that hosts several multicultural festivals throughout the year
The 'Hortus' as it is called by locals, is a 17th century garden that was formerly the Botanical Garden of the University of Amsterdam
The Dappermarkt is one of the busiest street markets in Amsterdam, selling various inexpensive products