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Anne Frank and her family went into hiding here on July 6, 1942, and lived in isolation for over two years. The German occupants removed all the furniture from the house when ...
This large, green oasis was created in the second half of the 19th Century, and named after the poet Joost van den Vondel (1587-1679), a statue of whom was unveiled here in 1867 ...
Paulus Potterstraat 7
Enjoy the world's largest collection of Van Goghs, including paintings, drawings and letters. The museum also has a large collection of works by some of ...
Rijksmuseum, also known as the State Museum of art and history, is considered a true national treasure. Its exhibits include paintings from The Netherlands' 17th-Century Golden Age ...
Established in the late 19th Century, the building on Stadhouderskade ran as a brewery for the Heineken brand for almost a century, till it shut down in 1988. Following its closure in 1191, this ...
Magere Brug, as it stands today, was constructed in 1934. Its history, however, goes back all the way to 1691, when it was a 13-arch bridge known as Kerkstraatbrug ...
Plantage Kerklaan 38
Founded in 1838, Natura Artis Magistra or Artis is the oldest zoo in the Netherlands. This bewitching menagerie houses an aquarium, a planetarium, a geological museum and a zoological ...
The Netherlands' most renowned church has been the source of inspiration for many musicians. The famous tower was completed in 1638, its bells ...
Initially a lively fish and cloth market, this square upon which the castle-like De Waag building stands was the holding place for Jews arrested during World War II. In the ...
Laura Dolls specializes in second hand clothes from the 1940s and 1950s. In the back of the shop you will find clothing for children aged between 1 and 16 ...