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Oude kerk (Old church)

The Oude Kerk is located in the heart of Amsterdam, in the middle of the Red Light district. It is the oldest building in the city. A stone church, dedicated to St. Nicolas, which was built around 1300.

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Kröller Müller Museum

The museum boasts almost 90 paintings and more than 180 drawings, making it the second largest collection of Van Goghs in the world. In addition, the museum is home to top works by modern masters including Claude Monet, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso and Piet Mondriaan. Temporary exhibitions ensure that the museum keeps pace with all

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Hermitage Amsterdam

COMBITICKET: Romanovs & Revolution, Outsider Art and Portrait Gallery Three amazing exhibitions: Romanovs & Revolution Outsider Art Museum For the first time, the Netherlands will have its own Outsider Art Museum, with world-class works of art by national and international outsider artists. 1917. Romanovs & Revolution. The End of Monarchy You can now visit the

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Hash Museum

A museum to blow your mind. Not just pipes and cannabis paraphernalia, but a serious documentation of historical and modern uses of the cannabis plant, from textile to medicinal and beyond, with Old Master paintings and rare antiques to help tell the story along the way

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Foam Museum

FOAM offers not only international blockbuster exhibitions by the likes of Diane Arbus and Richard Avedon, but also smaller shows by contemporary photographers, and lively lectures and forums. For a different, durable souvenir of your visit to Amsterdam, love the idea of a Foam Edition: affordable limited editions and signed prints by up-and-coming young photographers,

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Eye Film

This national museum for film, located on Amsterdam’s IJ harbour, manages more than 40.000 films from all genres. The collection represents an outstanding sample of film history, from classics and blockbusters to cult films. But EYE does not only focus on the past: it also closely follows the latest developments in film by organizing new

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Erotisch Museum

Being one of the oldest and historically richest cities in the world, Amsterdam also has some erotic history to offer you. Be welcomed by a typical Dutch girl on a very special bicycle and be transported from pleasure objects to paintings, prints and hilarious cartoons. Improve your history and art knowledge on a fun theme,

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Dutch Costume Museum

The Dutch Costume Museum shows the craftsmanship, artistry and passion that created the Dutch traditional costume. The collection encompasses a cross-section of local traditional dress and folk art per region. Each region has its own garb, with variations in different villages or stages of life, such as marriage and mourning after a death.

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Delftsblauw

The Royal Dutch Delftware Manufactory “De Porceleyne Fles”, established in 1653, is the last remaining Delftware factory from the 17th centruy. The world famous Royal Delftware is still entirely hand-painted according to centuries-old tradition.

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De Appel Contemporary Art

A cutting-edge venue for contemporary art. Visual artists, choreographers and theatre makers come together at this exciting platform for new work. You’ll find exhibitions and discussions, performance and workshops, in a vibrant go-ahead atmosphere

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Cobra Museum

Cobra caused a breakthrough in modern art that continues to influence art theory and artistic expression to the present day. The Cobra Museum of Modern Art Amstelveen ensures that the legacy of the international Cobra Movement remains in the public eye, and that the intellectual heritage of the Movement’s artists is kept alive.

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Cat Cabinet Art Museum

The Cat Cabinet was founded in commemoration of the ginger cat John Pierpont Morgan (1966-1983). This special cat was the stubborn, headstrong companion of the museum’s founder, Bob Meijer. Every five years Morgan received a special present. On his fifth birthdayAnsél Sandberg painted his portrait. On his tenth birthday it was a bronze sculpture, for which Morgan himself

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Brillen Museum Amsterdam

In the “Nine Streets” district, Mijke Teunissen welcomes you into his boutique which has passed through four generations of opticians. A multitude of frames from fashion eras cover the last 100 years.

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Biblical Museum

A unique museum in a historic setting: The Cromhout House The Biblical Museum is housed in two historic buildings on the Herengracht canal in Amsterdam, the Cromhout House. The renowned architect Philips Vingboons built the houses for Amsterdam merchant Jacob Cromhout in 1662. This remarkable and atmospheric setting provides a home for the unique collection

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Artis Micropia

Combi Artis Royal Zoo & Micropia Discover the stories nature has to tell you in Artis Royal Zoo and Micropia. See giraffes strolling with zebras and kudus, marvel at the tropical fish in the historical Aquarium and study planets and stars in the Planetarium. Discover your microbes in Micropia: the smallest and most powerful organisms on our

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Architectuur Centrum Amsterdam

Amsterdam Centre for Architecture was set up as a foundation in 1986 and concentrates its activities in Amsterdam and the surrounding area. Arcam aims to reach the largest possible public in order to broaden architecture’s appeal and zeros in on topical issues and developments in Amsterdam, so that the discussion about the future is constantly

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Amsterdam Museum

Amsterdam, a metropolis and also small, friendly and unconventional. The city of Johan Cruijff, Rembrandt, Ajax, the Red Light District, the United East India Company and marijuana. In the ancient monument that is the Amsterdam Museum you can see, read, hear and taste how the city came about and why it was – and still is –

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