Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. With its universities, academies and research institutes, and more than 40 museums, numerous theaters and places of entertainment, Amsterdam is also the country’s first cultural center.
Furthermore, the city is known for its numerous well preserved historic homes, disposed in a pattern of concentric segments in the form of a fan and on piles driven into an upper layer of sludge in the business of the sandy bottom up 18 meters below.
One of the most popular attractions of Amsterdam – and certainly the most important repository of art – Rijksmuseum (National Museum) was founded in 1798 to house the huge collection of art and rare antiques countries. impressive museum collection includes one million cultural objects dating from the 13th century to the present, more than 8,000 important paintings spread over 250 rooms in this sprawling building.
2. Anne Frank House
Prinsengracht stands Anne Frank (Anne Frank). Dedicated to the all too short life of one of the victims of the most famous in the world Holocaust is the actual house where Anne hid Family for much of the Second World War. They were Jewish refugees from the German city of Frankfurt, and it was here that Anne wrote the diary that became an international bestseller after the war, a few years after his death at age 15 – and just two months before the end of the war.
3. Van Gogh Museum
A visit-must for art lovers and historians, the spectacular Museum Van Gogh was one of the main attractions of Amsterdam since its opening in 1972. Dedicated to the often troubled life and extraordinary artistic one painters the most revered in the country, this modern Gerrit Rietveld designed structure houses the largest collection of Van Gogh’s paintings and objects of the world, much of it donated by his brother, Theo, and other family members.
Boasting an impressive 200 paintings, 500 etchings and drawings and 700 letters (and) friends and family, the collection is divided into key periods in the life of the artist: his realistic works (from 1880 to 1887 ), including the famous the potato eaters, and her Impressionist period 1887-1890, which saw the creation of his work perhaps best known, Vase with sunflowers
Jordaan is the most popular areas of Amsterdam and is well known for its mix of residential areas with garden courtyards, lively markets and upscale shopping and dining. The area is also home to lots of fun things to do, take a pleasant walk along the many picturesque streets to spend time visiting the many first-rate tourist attractions located here.
Although best known as the Anne Frank House location, the region include lesser-known treasures like the Woonboots museum, a floating museum dedicated to barges, and interesting (honestly!) Cheese Museum Amsterdam.
The largest and most visited park in Amsterdam Vondelpark occupies 120 acres and contains no end of fun things to do. In addition to the bodies of green dotted with peaceful ponds and areas crossed by wide paths, the park is home to a beautiful rose garden, with over 70 different types of the flower.
It also has a variety of sculptures and statues, playgrounds, and other recreational facilities, including rollerblade rental and Vondelpark Open Air Theater, which serves as a scenic and musical productions from May to September.