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8 Things to Do in Dam Square, Amsterdam

Ketki Dongare Jul 13, 2019
Step out from the Centraal Station in Amsterdam and over a 1000 meter walk lies the Dam Square. Filled with musical streets, historic monuments, and splendid things to do, the Dam Square is the heart of the city.

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Originally what was created as the City Hall until 1655, the Royal Palace is as if it's straight out of a fairy-tale dream!

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De Nieuwe Kerk or more commonly known as the New Church is open to public for exhibitions and concerts.


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Amsterdam’s National Monument is a white stone pillar built in the center of the Dam Square to memorialize the victims of World War II.

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Visit Madame Tussauds - the most happening place in the Dam Square and see your favorite celebrity's wax monuments.

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Rent a bike and ride in the streets along the 100 cycle paths in the city of bikes: Amsterdam!

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Cruise in the Canals of Amstel River near the Dam square. It's how Amsterdam gets its name!

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Hang out on the streets of Dam Square and shop at the famous department stores- De Bijenkorf.

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Tourists and locals feeding pigeons is a quite common thing around in the Dam Square. So get some seeds, spread your arms, and feed the birds!