A Day in Amsterdam

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Tue, 09 May 2017 - 10:02 GMT

The many small plazas make for good spots to take a quick break from sightseeing.

The many small plazas make for good spots to take a quick break from sightseeing.

Photography by Mohsen Allam

Amsterdam is a laid-back city filled to the brim with bicycles, beautiful architecture and green breathing spaces. Don’t miss the Rijksmuseum where paintings such as Rembrandt’s The Night Watch and Vincent van Gogh’s self-portraits are exhibited. Taking a stroll on the banks of the canals is also a must, and remember to look up and see the city’s old and beautiful architecture.

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Amsterdam is a small city, but there is still room for plenty of trees and green spaces.


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There are countless bridges crossing the small canals of the city. Take a break while looking at the water and the many boats.


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Amsterdam’s buildings are often influences by several different European styles.


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The Rijksmuseum, the Dutch national museum, is a must for all interested in art. Get there easily by renting a bike, and take a small break on the lawn in front of the museum.


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The many small plazas make for good spots to take a quick break from sightseeing.

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