Amsterdam Museum Bookstore has a discounted English book, Chinese Art, from the Bronze Age to contemporary painting art, full of pictures and texts. I'd like to buy it, but it's too heavy and there's no room for it in the suitcase, so I have to abandon it.
At the first stop in Amsterdam, we arrived at the Amsterdam Museum. Although not as popular as the Dutch National Museum or the Amsterdam Museum's collections, the Amsterdam Museum, hidden in an obscure alley on the downtown street, is richer and more interesting. Perhaps you'll like this delicious home-cooked dish better than a Western-style meal. The Amsterdam Museum, originally an old monastery, has been an orphanage since 1578. In the Golden Age of the Netherlands, it was expanded by renowned architects Hendrik de Keyser and Jacob van Campen and rebuilt in the 18th century in a classical style, creating a perfect environment for the Amsterdam Museum since 1976 and becoming a beautiful historical monument. Amsterdam DNA, which condenses the rich history of Amsterdam, a small fishing village along the river in the 13th century, into a busy international metropolis in an hour's journey, tells you stories that are dusty in history... Travel Tips: Amsterdam Museum Address: Kalverstraat 92. How can Amsterdam arrive? It's about 20 minutes'walk from Central Station. Along the way, it goes through Damrak Street, the Dam Plaza and Kalverstraat Pedestrian Street. Trams can also be taken: Lines 1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 16, 24 and 25 (Spui stop). Opening time: 10:00-17:00. It closes on April 27 and December 25 every year. Tickets for attractions: Adults 12 Euros, 5-8 years old 6 Euros, under 5 years old free. Amsterdam I Amsterdam City Card is free to visit. The commentator only provides English, Dutch, Spanish, French and German, and rents one for 4 euros. Chinese tourists can take the Chinese version of Amsterdam DNA brochure and learn about the museum exhibition through two-dimensional code.
Free access with Museum cards, 10 euros for Chinese photo albums, 5 euros for voice guides, but free apps are available for download.
I highly recommend you to come here. Especially for those who have a bad history like me. If you walk around here, you will have a good understanding of the Netherlands and Amsterdam. It's easy to understand with both pictures and texts, and it won't make you feel bored.
Oil painting is actually impossible to photograph. In the museum, I refused to buy a picture album because the color difference between the original and the original is too big. And I always feel that oil painting is three-dimensional and textured. I haven't taken many oil paintings myself, but I just appreciate them.
Our hotel is near the Heineken Museum. The front desk is a young man from Suzhou. He intimately recommends the community square behind the Heineken Museum. Eat takeaway and watch pigeons bask in the sun. Then you know What? The police closed the road, shouted and arrested. Everyone, both at home and abroad, watched with gossip. Immediately we mixed in with the Dutch Social News.
A very modern museum, with Chinese explanations, and through scanning the two-dimensional code there will be interaction, very good, exhibits are more diversified, and some designs are very creative.
A window into the history of Amsterdam, which used to be an orphanage. There is also Bejuan Abbey nearby, which is a good quiet area in downtown area.~