Amsterdam - square

markerA Museumplein The Museumplein (English: Museum Square) is a square located in the centre of Amsterdam, Netherlands. The square is called "Museum Square" because there are several museums located around the square, for example the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum, the Stedelijk Museum, and the Diamond Museum. The... Museumplein - photo
markerB Leidseplein The Leidseplein is a square in central Amsterdam famous for its restaurants, bars and nightclubs. Lying in the southwest of the Grachtengordel district of Amsterdam, the Leidseplein is immediately northeast of the Singelgracht canal. It is situated on the crossroads of the Weteringschans, the Marni... Leidseplein - photo
markerC Dam Square Dam Square, or simply the Dam (Dutch: de Dam), is a town square in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. Its notable buildings and frequent events make it one of the most well-known and important locations in the city. Dam Square lies in the historical center of Amsterdam, approximately 750 me... Dam Square - photo
markerD Nieuwmarkt Nieuwmarkt (New market) is a square in the centre of the Dutch capital Amsterdam. The surrounding area is known as the Nieuwmarktbuurt (Nieuwmarkt district). The square is located in Amsterdam's Chinatown, next to the De Wallen (Red Light District). There are over 20 cafés and coffeeshops facing th... Nieuwmarkt - photo
markerE Muntplein The Muntplein (literally "mint square") is a square in the centre of Amsterdam. The square is in fact a bridge — the widest bridge in Amsterdam — which crosses the Singel canal at the point where it flows into the Amstel river. All bridges in Amsterdam are numbered, and the Muntplein carries the nu... Muntplein - photo
markerF Rembrandtplein Rembrandtplein (Rembrandt Square) is a major square in central Amsterdam, the Netherlands. It is named after the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn. The square used to be a butter market but developed into a centre for nightlife with the opening of various hotels and cafés. There are bars chock-a-bl... Rembrandtplein - photo
markerG Waterlooplein Waterlooplein is a square in the centre of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, near the Amstel river. Waterlooplein was created in 1882 when the Leprozengracht and Houtgracht canals were filled in. The square is named after the Battle of Waterloo in 1815. The square became a marketplace when the city gover... Waterlooplein - photo

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Name Amsterdam
Region North Holland (07)
Country Netherlands (NL)
Population 778,825 inhabitants

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