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...edelijk Museum Amsterdam. The museum’s 90,000 artifacts are housed in a spectacular renovated building on Museum Square.
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...amous attractions like the Jordaan, the Museum square, the Dam square, The Waag, The Rijksmuseum, the Amstel River with ...
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...see Amsterdam's highlights, such as the Museum square, Dam square, the flower market and the world famous UNESCO Amsterd...
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The Museumplein or Museum Square in Leidseplein is a large grassed open space adjacent to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Concertgebouw, and the Stedelijk Museum.
The Museumplein or Museum Square in Leidseplein is a large grassed open space adjacent to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Concertgebouw, and the Stedelijk Museum. It draws hordes of locals on summer afternoons.
Museumplein, 1071 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The Diamond Museum, run by Coster Diamonds, is an exhibition about the history of diamond trade in Amsterdam
The Van Gogh Museum is dedicated to the works of acclaimed 19th century Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh, displaying over 200 paintings, 400 drawings, and 700 letters by him
The Stedelijk Museum is Amsterdam’s municipal museum of modern and contemporary art
The Royal Concertgebouw on Museumplein is a Neoclassical concert hall that hosts classical orchestras and operas as well as modern world music
The Rijksmuseum or National Museum is the largest and most prestigious museum for art and history in the Netherlands, displaying works by Dutch masters such as Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Steen
The Max Euwe Centrum is dedicated to chess, tracing the historical origins and development of the game
Holland’s best-selling beer, Heineken, was first produced in 1867 from this facility in Stadhouderskade, though today it is produced in a different factory in Zoeterwoude
Originally created in the 17th century for the working class and immigrants as part of Amsterdam's Derde Uitleg expansions, the central neighborhood of Jordaan became gentrified in the 20th century to become one of the most posh districts in the city
Prinsengracht or Prince's Canal, named after the Prince of Orange, is the longest of the main canals in Amsterdam
The Albert Cuyp Market on the Albert Cuypstraat runs from Ferdinand Bolstraat to Van Woustraat