Amsterdam is a very different city, it cannot be described in a few words. It is one of the most popular travel destinations in the whole of Europe. Every tourist goes here for something of his own and it is that he finds his own. Contrary to the popular opinion of the foreigner’s tourist this city boasts can not only in world-famous coffee shops and the Red light district. Such as the top great masters Rembrandt and Van Gogh worked and lived here as well as the representative of the other of the Flemish school of paintings that is one of the best in the whole of Europe. Here is an overview of the top 10 Tourist Attractions in Amsterdam.
Moreover, Amsterdam is a famous flower market “Bluenmarket” the luxurious neighborhoods covered with a network of canals that is more than 110. Funny Dutch people on a bicycle in any weather and it a completely unique atmosphere of freedom. True very often to the freedom crosses the limit of permissiveness, But it is precisely this that it Amsterdam.
10. Zoo Artis
This zoo was founded in the middle of the 18th century. It is considered one of the best zoos in the whole of Europe. To date, this zoo contains several thousand animals. On the vast of its territory, there are a museum of geology, botanical garden, a planetarium, and aquariums. Most of the animals are lived here in open-air cages. Which is separated from the visitors by moats that is one of the most natural living conditions are created for them.
9. Beurs van Berlage
The art of Nouveau building which is built at the beginning of the 19th century and served as a stock exchange. But today hosts various conferences and meetings. The architecture of the Berlage exchange was served as a role model for the buildings erected in a similar manner. Its creator was Hendrik Petrus Berlage is a creator of the original architectural style. He brought the national elements to his own conceptual vision of traditional art Nouveau.
8. Oude Church
It is one of the oldest temples in the city. This temple was built at the beginning of the 14th century the “old church” was translated from the Dutch. Over the centuries, the existence of church has been repeatedly attacked by the religious fanatics and robbers, but the original stained of a glass window, ceiling, and wall paintings have to come down with us. At the end of the 16th century. protestants took this church themselves and began to conduct these services in their own rite. Today, here organ concerts are regularly held on this territory. Where is an antique organ of 1659 sounds.
7. Church Nieuweckerk
The name of this temple is deceptive which is translated from Dutch as a “Nieuweckerk” means as “New Church”. This building was built in the 15th century. Representatives of this ruling family the Nassau-Oransky as well as the famous military, political and cultural figures that are buried under the arches of this church. This construction was crowned with a spire of more than 110 meters high. Lightning is struck him twice resulting in fire and damage to this temple.
6. Rembrandt House Museum
This museum was organized in a house on the street of Yodenbreestrat. Where Rembrandt was lived for some time. This collection contained 270 engravings of the master hands to the paintings of his students as well as for that artist that are influenced by Rembrandt’s work This museum was opened in 1910 in the presence of a ruling queen. Exhibits are appeared here due to gifts from the private collectors and buying works at the auctions.
5. Dam Square
The central square of Amsterdam is located in the middle of the 13th century in the dam. It was known as one-third of the area of the Netherlands that is below sea levels. To build streets, houses, and lay communications to the Dutch thousands of years ago to built driven piles and dams into fragile soil. The dam is a translation from the Dutch means “Dam”. Over time this square became the commercial center of Amsterdam for a long time to the stock exchange functioned are here.
4. Royal Palace Amsterdam
This is an official residence of the Royal dynasty of the Netherlands. Where all of the official events are held accession of the throne, weddings, and receptions of foreign delegations. This palace was erected in the 17th century for the needs of this city hall and for the court heritage, but later it was transferred to the jurisdiction of monarchs. This building was based on the foundation, which is in turn supported on the 13670 piles.
Keukenhof is one of the largest garden parks in the world. This national flower garden park was near Amsterdam city. Every year this amazing garden was open only for a couple of months during the flowering season only. There are thousands of varieties of Lilies, Tulips, Hyacinths, daffodils, rhododendrons, and several other types of flowers that are grown here. Park alleys were decorated in all possible shades. There are too many tourists the Keukenhof resembled a “paradise”. Which is one that does not want to leave at all.
Rijksmuseum is known as one of the most prestigious and largest museums of history and art in the Netherlands. This is a huge art museum that stretches along the embankment one of the canals of a whole block. This museum’s expositions tell about the history of Dutch art. This most important place was reversed for only paintings. Most of the museums were consist of a collection of paintings that are created in Flanders of northern and southern Netherlands. The Pictures of Rijksmuseum was begun to collect in the 19th century.
1. Canals of Amsterdam
The total length of this canal network was within the city is approximately 80km. In total of there are 168 waterways. Only small pleasure boats and private boats can go along with them. There are more than 1550 bridges of different sizes that is connect this channel of each other. The very first channel was excavated at the start of the 15th century and it was used as an urban moat. But now it is one of the main channels of Amsterdam that is called Singel. Therefore it is one of the Top Tourist Attractions in Amsterdam.