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Science Center NEMO, Amsterdam

NEMO is the biggest science and technology centre in the Netherlands.

NEMO is the biggest science and technology centre in the Netherlands. It is an educational attraction for kids where they can learn about technology, bio and behavioral sciences in an entertaining way. The interactive exhibits on laser, ascorbic acid and other DIY experiments are fun and keep kids engrossed.


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About Science Center NEMO

 Amsterdam, Netherlands

Science Center NEMO and Nearby Sights on Map

NEMO

NEMO is the biggest science centre in the Netherlands; an educational attraction where you can discover a world of science and technology in an entertaining way

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