This little 'green' square was, up until the 1870's, Amsterdam's butter market. It is surrounded by cafes, bars and restaurants all catering to the tourist with outdoor music and souvenir shops in abundance. With all the sleazy grubby little streets leading off it, it is not my favourite part of the city at all. I wonder what Rembrandt, would make of all this.
Fondest memory: Not Rembrandtsplein.
Favorite thing: This is Rembrandt Square in Amsterdam. We stopped here for lunch one day and spent some time sitting around chatting...it's a great place for people watching... :)
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