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#5 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
Host many brilliant and wonderful sights like the new church, but also and especially the royal palace which is absolutely stunning!
Beautiful sites very picturesque great place for the self, and very easy to get to you can get by tram train or walking there is also many a bus and little guys cycling.
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#7 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
Amazing place with lots to do, pubs/clubs/coffee shops, peep shows, museums and just taking in the views brilliant lively atmosphere down there, a whole different world compared to living in the U.K! Visiting...
Fantastic during the day canals /boats/bikes /slow pace /cafe culture great photo opportunities and then into the night buzzing extrodinary sights must see
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#24 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
St Nicholas Basilica is the first major landmark you will see from arriving into Centraal Train Station in Amsterdam and is a stunning looking church that looks superb when viewed across the canals.
The cathedral also has an excellent web site for directions and times/places of services.
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#25 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
You get a private little table in an extremely cosy room next to the window with view on the street.
A must see landmark/cafe
#38 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
Well if you have too, go in the day its great fun to walk around the tiny streets and look at the views.
A very memorable tour packed with facts and sights.
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#41 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
So more than 500 years old De Waag is a very important landmark in Amsterdam.
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#51 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
Once inside, the atmosphere transports you back in time...so much history about this tower that was built in the 15th century.The outdoor seating area over the canal has a super view.
The view from the balcony is really good and the building is steeped in history being the second oldest building in Amsterdam.
#52 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
De Waag has a storied past - originally a gate house on the early walled city of Amsterdam, then a place for merchants to weigh their wares, an execution site and an anatomy theatre where medical instruction was g...
I saw this on the trip advisor site and thought it would be fun to check out.
#68 of 247 Sights & Landmarks in Amsterdam
an important landmark in memory of the Dutch Resistance
The National Monument is one of Amsterdams most iconic landmarks and is not just a great monument to visit but also a great area to walk around as some of Amsterdams most famous sites are to be found near the monu...
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Great building, fascinating interior, spectacular view, really good and interesting young guide who give a good historical overview of the city and of the tower itself.
Work of a Japanese artist, this massive scaffolded structure encopasses the elaborate Church roofs, forming an awesome plaza with breathtaking views of the city.
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A friendly lady served drinks and handed over menus before taking me into a small but delightful panelled dining room, with stunning views across the square.
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