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NAP Visitorcentre

Amstel 1 | City Hall, entrance Waterlooplein, 1011 PN Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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It's OK

Its a dollar to go to see this place. I wanted to go because I find the fact that Amsterdam is... read more

Reviewed September 15, 2016
Nicole A
Not very enlightening

Maybe I didn't pay enough attention in geography, but I felt that this exhibition did not provide... read more

Reviewed April 13, 2016
FionaL_11
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Visit the NAP exhibition, located in the visitorcentre at Amsterdam City Hall. Its is shown just how far Amsterdam lies below sealevel. Go down the stairs and delve into the history of the water levels and discover how height measurement methods changed. See what the exact zero level looks like and check the water levels of the North Sea and the water level the disastrous 1953 floods in the Zeeland province. Put your hand on absolute zero meter point of all European heights. More details about tours on our website. Closed saturdays, sundays and public holidays.
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Sep 14, 2016
“It's OK”
Apr 13, 2016
“Not very enlightening”
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Amstel 1 | City Hall, entrance Waterlooplein, 1011 PN Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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Reviewed September 15, 2016

Its a dollar to go to see this place. I wanted to go because I find the fact that Amsterdam is partially below sea level incredibly interesting. But the NAP is not as enlightening as I would have hoped for. If you are at the...More

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Reviewed April 13, 2016

Maybe I didn't pay enough attention in geography, but I felt that this exhibition did not provide enough entry-level information to really understand the importance of the NAP. This is only interesting if you already know something about maintaining constant water levels - how it...More

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