National Monument, Amsterdam
A very busy central point in Amsterdam is Dam Square. Here you will find street entertainers, cafes, tourist shops, bigger stores and the Royal Palace.
The white rather ugly monument on the Dam Square commemorates the victims of WWII. There are a lot of drug users hanging around there.
The National Monument on Dam Square is there to remember all the Dutch victims from World War II. The monument was designed by J.J.P. Oud and made by John Raedecker. It measures 22 metres high!
The Dam square is a place to go and watch the world go by, it's a great place to meet the locals and tourists alike. Sit and relax in one of the bars or cafe's.