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Art Museum
西行阿里The Van Gogh Museum, built in 1973, houses about one-quarter of the 200 most valuable paintings of Van Gogh's golden age. ·The most famous are the 15 Sunflowers, along with important collections of self-portraits, crows flying in the wheat fields, and potato eaters.·Besides more than 200 paintings and sketches, Van Gogh's 750 letters and other collections are on display. · If there is a purposeful visit, make sure the work is in the museum on the official website before you go to the museum, so as not to go out of the way.
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Water Conservancy Project
_FB***26We joined the canals romance cruise dinner for Xmas eve. What an amazing experience for both of us. Foods are great n unlimited refills of drink!
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D31***94Zaanse Schans is about 30 minutes ride from Central Station in Amsterdam, here you get to see multiple working windmills, wooden clog’ museum, cheese farm etc.Is a must for tourist visiting Amsterdam, from the dutch village, you may also venture out to Volendam, which is about another 30 minutes ride on the coach to there, beautiful fishing village, where you can dress up traditional costumn and pose for a picture in the studio.
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Museum
E54***28one of the great museum of europe easy access and each drawing has listening bluetooth info with head phone. You can check biggest art scanning work on process
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Botanical Garden
D31***94In the world, there are 3 gardens that you must visit, Keukenhof in Lisse Netherlands, is one of the most beautiful garden that I visited in my life.Best time to visit is from 13 Apr till 1 May, where traditionally, this is the time where the tulips are in full bloom, you can take a bus from either Central station in Ansterdam or Schiphol Airport.
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Square
QuinissaIf you stroll around the Amsterdam city center, make sure to spend some times sitting here, enjoying the crowds with the pigeons flying around you. If you bring some bread, you might also feed it to the birds and they will come to you automatically! Perfect time to take picture.

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About Netherlands

The Netherlands, situated on the lowlands in the northwest of Europe, has a long a proud history as a great seafaring nation. Dutch sailors have plied the waves for centuries and even today Amsterdam and Rotterdam are great ports, intimately connected to the global economy. Amsterdam’s stately architecture makes for picturesque postcards. The city has more canals than Venice and a host of world class museums and cafes. People come from around the world to see classic Dutch tulip farms and their iconic windmills. In The Hague, visitors can tour the world-famous Peace Palace, home to the International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of Arbitration. In Maastricht, youthful energy abounds in the city’s arts and cultural scene. There is much to recommend in the Netherlands. It’s a great place to visit as part of any European adventure.

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