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Amstelpark is a popular park on the banks of the Amstel river, with several fun things to do on a day out in the sun.
Amstelpark is a popular park on the banks of the Amstel river, with several fun things to do on a day out in the sun. There is a Glass House, Park Art Gallery, Orangery, mini-golf, Amstel Animals farm, Amstel train which runs through the Rosarium, the rhododendron valley and the Riekermolen windmill, Japanese Garden, a labyrinth, butterfly garden, and ponds.
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