Amsterdam

Royal Palace of Amsterdam (Koninklijk Paleis)

The Royal Palace of Amsterdam (Koninklijk Paleis) on the center of Amsterdam is one of the most important historical buildings of the city. The palace, which was built as a town hall, is still being used by the Dutch Royal Family in official ceremonies. The construction of the Royal Palace …

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Nieuwe Kerk

Nieuwe Kerk is Amsterdam ‘s second parish church located on in the heart of Amsterdam. Oude Kerk was built in the 14th century following the rise of its community. It was renamed the Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) in order to leave the church , dedicated to the Virgin Mary and …

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Rembrandtplein

Rembrandtplein is one of the most beautiful and famous squares in Amsterdam . Since the butter market was established here until the middle of the 19th century, the square was called Botermarkt . In 1876, the square was erected by Rembrandt, a Dutch painter and craftsman. In the vicinity of …

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Madame Tussauds Museum Amsterdam

The Amsterdam branch of the world famous wax museum, Madame Tussauds Museum , is located on the Peek & Cloppenburg Building, right next to , the city’s center. Marie Tussaud was a French-born servant from 1761 to 1850. With his candle masks, his life changed as he transferred especially famous …

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Vondelpark

Vondelpark is the largest and most popular park in Amsterdam . This sympathetic park, founded by a group of philanthropists in 1864, was later named after the 17th century poet Joost van den Vondel. In 1865, the father-son JD and LP Zocher organized a comfortable English style, and in 1877 …

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Oude Kerk

Oude Kerk is the oldest and largest church in Amsterdam . dates back to the 13th century when the wooden church was built in the grave in the sand barrier. The present Gothic building dates from the 14th century and was formed by transforming a single nave church into a …

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Begijnhof

The Begijnhof is home to some of the most beautiful and important buildings in Amsterdam . In 1346, it was built as a place of worship for the unity of the Catholic brothers Begijntjes , who lived as nuns without the vows of the monastic. The inhabitants of this area …

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Heineken Experience

Heineken Experience, located in Amsterdam , is a kind of an inactive museum where various fun presentations are made with Heineken, the country’s famous brewing company. This building, where the Heineken Experience took place, was used as the headquarters of Heineken until 1864, when the company was restructured and the …

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Spui

Spui is one of the most vibrant and fun squares in Amsterdam . During the winter months, the calm is usually one of the most beautiful squares of choice for many foreigners. The square is full of cafes, bars and bookstores. The square, which is located close to the university …

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Stedelijk Museum

Stedelijk Museum One of the most important museums in Amsterdam ‘s Stedelijk Museum offers modern art works from the 19th century to the present. The museum was transformed into a museum of modern art in 1938 as a gift of Sophia de Bruyn’s personal collection to the city in 1890. …

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