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  • 76. Madurodam - The Hague

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This miniature town was defenitely the highlight for me. It is just outside the city "Den Haag" and there are many bus tours from Amsterdam. The miniature town is a small area, but is so packed that...

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  • 77. Blauwbrug

    Blauwbridge is the dutch word for blue bridge. The name of the bridge comes from a blue wooden bridge that was built there in the area of 1600. The bridge connects Waterlooplein area with...

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  • 78. Volendam

    It is possible for anyone with reasonable fitness to be able to cycle to Isle of Marken and back in a day. For those who are a little more adventurous from Isle of Marken you can get a ferry accross...

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  • 79. EYE Film Museum

    A UFO has just landed in Amsterdam! Or this is probably what the architect of this sleek modern structure had in mind. It houses the EYE Film Institute Netherlands which is dedicated to preserving...

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  • 80. Arena - AJAX

    If you like modern architecture go to the area South of the A-10 highway. If you like some architectural history, just go North of the A-10 to the Victorieplein. Here you find the Amsterdam's oldest...

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  • 81. Holland Experience - Closed

    The Holland Experience is a 3D Movie Theatre where you can experience Holland in a three dimensional way. The half hour movie is shown almost every half hour. Other spectacular 3D movies are shown in...

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  • 82. De Krijtberg

    Officially dedicated to St Francis Xavier, De Krijtberg is another Catholic church in Amsterdam. The actual elegant Neogothic edifice was constructed in 1883 by the architect Alfred Tepe. The church's...

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  • 83. Marken Daytrip

    To me it is always a pleasure to move out of the city and see something of the country side. Now our opportunity came with this very delightful tour. I must admit when I saw the double dekker bus and...

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  • 84. Trams

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    As I was staying near the Leidseplein I often took trams 1, 2 or 5. Special with these tramlines is that they pass in the very commercial and narrow Leidsestraat where they have to alternate because...

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  • 85. Cannabis College

    Hello, It is great that education is becoming available for medical marijuana since it is a need for so many patients around the United States. With the current trends in Medical Marijuana and...

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  • 86. Schiphol Airport

    If you would like to visit Amsterdam during your layover at Schiphol Airport, this is already possible (but touch and go) if you have about 3-4 hours to spare. Make sure you know if you need to check...

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  • 87. Seven Bridges

    This quarter is known as Seven Bridges because there is one point here where you can see seven bridges of Amsterdam. And this is one of them. This place is one of the relaxing spots of the city where...

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  • 88. Oudemanhuispoort Book Market

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    In the courtyard next to Oudemanspoort I found this sculpture of two famous people: Vossius and Barlaeus. Gerhardus Johannes Vossius (1577-1649) was a son of a German theologist who fled Germany for...

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  • 89. Events

    At a limited number of weekends per year the OPEN MONUMENTEN DAG (Heritage days) are organised. On these days more than 50 Amsterdam monumental buildings are open to the general public and great...

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  • 90. Kalverstraat

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    If you're into shopping, you might want to check out this street. There are plenty of shops here selling so many things for men and women. The only traffic here are tourists! Lots of them. In fact,...

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  • 91. Vodka Museum

    I discovered this museum, when I was walking at the Damrak. The museum looks not good from the outside but is a blast from the inside. I did the pro tour and get a very nice guide with me. She told me...

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  • 92. Allard Pierson Museum

    4 out of 5 stars

    Allard Pierson Museum is the archaeological museum of the University of Amsterdam. The museum is housed in a nice classical building formerly from the Nederlandsche Bank. Allard Pierson was a...

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  • 93. House Of Bols

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The venue is from inside is fascinating, spotless, hygienic and posh and has five rooms that are located downstairs. With five senses smelling you can find it in Room 3 where you can smell all the...

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  • 94. Tassenmuseum Hendrikje

    The world's largest collection of handbags and purses ( for men and women ) occupies a patrician double width townhouse on the prestigious Herengracht. Originally commissioned by Amsterdam mayor...

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  • 95. Card & Passes

    From 1/7 till 31/8 u can buy zomertoer card. With 59euros two people can take the train for two different days as much as they want. We took it twice and used it the four days we did daytrips with...

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  • 96. Zuiderkerk

    4 out of 5 stars

    This 17th century protestant church in the Niewemarkt area is no longer used for services, but still used as a communal information centre. It has been painted by french artist Claude Monet and (a...

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  • 97. Foam - Photography Museum

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    New photography museum with both a European and an International focus. Located in a renovated canal house. Interesting permanent collection with many "masters" - and exhibit space for...

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  • 98. Moses & Aaron Church

    The Mozes en Aäronkerk is a Catholic church, official called the churdh of Sint Antonius of Padua. The name of the Mozes en Aäron churcg dates back to 1649 when church services were held in a house...

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  • 99. Homomonument

    One of Amsterdam's most unique sites lends credence to its long reputation as a city of tolerance, the first in the world to commemorate gays and lesbians murdered by the Nazi regime. But there is far...

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  • 100. Amsterdam Dungeon

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Amsterdam Dungeon opened in october 2005. If you are up to a nightmare at daytime visit this place and experience the Council of blood, the Labyrinth of the Lost, the VOC or the reaper. Visiting...

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