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  • 101. Occo Hofje

    Amsterdam has more hofjes than the well-known Begijnhof. One of the other ones is the Occo hofje at the Nieuwe Keizersgracht 94, founded in 1758 by Cornelia Elisabeth Occo. In her will she laid down...

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  • 102. Dominicuskerk

    The Dominicuskerk is probably one of the oldest churches P.J.H.Cuypers(1884-1893) ever designed.It replaced a Neo-Classical church,which itself was built as a successor of a hidden church named 'Het...

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  • 103. Amsterdam Dungeon - Rokin

    A new North South metro line is being constructed at 25 meters under the Amsterdam street level through the oldest part of town from the Central Station to the Mint tower. The new station under...

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  • 104. IAmsterdam 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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  • 105. Nieuwendijk Area

    Standing around on the Dam we realised we was tired and hungry. After setting off from Schreierstoren some 5 hours before, we'd had only one real stop to sit down! So we went in search of a...

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  • 106. 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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  • 107. 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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  • 108. House Of Bols

    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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  • 109. 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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  • 110. Medieval Torture Museum

    The Medieval Torture Museum replaces the former Vodka museum that opened in 2009. That was housed in one of the oldest Amsterdam buildings at the Damrak. Over 3 stories 500 Vodka's were on display and...

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  • 111. Cobra Museum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    I visited this on my last trip to A'Dam taking a tram to Amstelveen and walking about 10-15 minutes from there through a shopping mall and an area with some public fountains where children were...

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  • 112. RAI - Exhibition Center

    The RAI stands for "Rijwiel en Automobiel Industrie" (Cycle & Car Industry). The RAI organisation had its first exhibition already in 1895 in the former Paleis voor Volksvlijt. In the 1920's the RAI...

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  • 113. 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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  • 114. Zeeburgerstraat

    5 De Bloem (the Flower) Haarlemmerweg 465 bus 21 stop Vredenhof (cementery) was a grain mill year 1878 6 De 1100 Roe Herman Bonpad 6 from Central station bus 21 stop Nolensstraat year 1674 7 Rieker...

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  • 115. De Pijp

    5 out of 5 stars

    If you are a tourist and you visit Amsterdam, you will probalbly make a canal cruise and go to the diffrent museums. The PIJP is a name of a district wich is normaly NOT in the travel books, thats...

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  • 116. Het Schip

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Lastly you are taken into a model to give you an example of this public housing and how the families lived. There is a little exhibition in the room above. The best is to browse and get the feel of...

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  • 117. National Trade Union Museum

    Located on Henri Polak Laan in the Plantage district is de Burcht ( castle ), now the Museum of Unions and formerly the home of the General Federation of Dutch Diamond Workers, the first trade union...

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  • 118. Amsterdam Marionetten Theatre

    This is A'Dam's main puppetry theatre and I was lucky enough to attend a free performance during the Wallenfest this past week----they had set up the theater with displays of past shows, different...

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  • 119. Geelvinck Hinlopen House

    The Geelvinck Hinlopen House is a combination of a museum housed in a great old canal house at the Keizersgracht 633 and a business center at the Herengracht 518 in a 17th century house with four...

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  • 120. Muiderslot

    Today was the day this entire trip revolved around....we were celebrating the first anniversary of a very special occasion and was the reason for this trip! So i wanted to do something different! I...

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  • 121. Noorderkerk

    The Noorderkerk church is constructed between 1620 and 1623. Hendrick de Keyser, the Amsterdam City architect made the design of the building, that was one of the first Dutch Protestant churches as...

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  • 122. Carre Theatre

    This theatre is perhaps the most famous theatre in the entire country (Freek de Jonge: "Royal Flush, Full House ...Carre!") Occasionally, it hosts a circus. We were there on 13 August 2005 and saw the...

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  • 123. Ronde Lutherse Kerk

    The Round Lutheran Church (Ronde Lutherse Kerk) was built between 1668 and 1671 in classicistic style after designs of the local architect Adriaan Dortsman. As in the 17th century Lutherans were not...

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  • 124. Grachtenhuis Museum

    The Grachtenhuis Museum opened in April 2011 and is one of the newest museums in Amsterdam in a historical setting. The museum displays the history of the Amsterdam canals and the related...

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  • 125. Reguliersgracht

    Just at the south of Rembrandt Square, the neon-light of the entertainment area ends and one of the prettiest canals starts, relatively free of tourists. While it is in a residential area and doesn't...

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