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Things to do in Amsterdam


Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

The Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam or Municipal Museum Amsterdam, is a museum for design, contemporary art and modern art from the early 20th century until the 21st century, which can be found in Amsterdam, the most populated and capital city ...

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Salonboot Hilda

Salonboot Hilda in Amsterdam is an elegant boat which can be hired for parties, receptions, presentations, meetings and days out. The boat is very quiet, so you do not hear the noise of the engine. There are various tours and ...

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Leidseplein – Amsterdam’s Night Life Hub

Leidseplein is a hotspot for Amsterdam nightlife. When the sun goes down, the square comes alive. Its side streets are packed with some of the city’s most famous nightclubs and restaurants. Leidseplein has so much to offer, it’s hard to ...

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Homomonument – A Tribute to Homosexual Prosecution

Homosexuality was something that was not supported in the modern world. With many gay and lesbian people killed by the Nazis, the Homomonument eventually came to life. This monument was first conceptualized in the 1970s. During this time, gay and ...

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Beursplein – A Haven for Cultural Events in Amsterdam

  Beursplein is a square located in the center of Amsterdam. It sits between the Street Fair and the Damrak. Just opposite of the square is Beurspassage, which links Damrak with Nieuwendijk. Many of the city’s cultural events are held ...

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Auschwitz Monument – The Broken Mirror Exhibit

The Auschwitz Monument, or Auschwitzmonument as said in Dutch, is a tribute to all of those that were killed at Auschwitz. This monument has a rich history in itself and lot of intricate details as to why it has changed ...

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Zuiderkerk – Amsterdam’s First Protestant Church

Zuiderkerk, Southern Church, is a Protestant church located in the Nieuwmarkt region of Amsterdam. The church was not only a major part of Rembrandt’s life, but was also featured in a Claude Monet painting. It was the very first church ...

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Westerkerk: The Burial Site of Rembrandt van Rijn

Westerkerk is a Dutch Protestant church in the heart of Amsterdam. This 17th century church is the largest of its kind in the city and its name means “Western Church” in English. It’s located right next to the Jordaan district ...

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Oude Kerk: Amsterdam’s Red Light District Church

Oude Kerk is the oldest building in Amsterdam and is also the oldest parish church in the city. Although the church was founded in 1213, it was not consecrated by the bishop of Utrecht until 1306. Saint Nicolas is Oude ...

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