Rembrandtplein

This somewhat touristy square, which used to be the city's butter market, is a hub of hotels, restaurants, cafés, and nightlife venues. The statue of the man himself in the middle of the square looks quite imposing.

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Munttoren

This tower received its name in 1672, when French troops occupied much of the surrounding republic, and Amsterdam was given…

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Pathé Tuschinski Cinema

Although officially the architect of this "Plumcake" (as it was described when it first opened in 1921) was H. L. De…

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