Welcome In Amsterdam- Thousands Of Bridges, Windmills And Canals

A city below sea level, built on poles and an engineering marvel in itself. Thousands of bridges, windmills, the Amstel river, canals, a floating flower market, the famed red light district, the most museums compared to any other city in the world, you are in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Welcome to Amsterdam
Basilica of Saint Nicholas, Amsterdamq
Welcome to Amsterdam
Amsterdam canal at sunset
Welcome to Amsterdam
The bridges of Amsterdam
Van Gogh Museum with sunflowers in the foreground, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Amsterdam and bicycles belongs together
Windmills in the suburbs of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
The “I Amsterdam” sign in front of the Rijksmuseum is an attraction for tourists
Integral part of Amsterdam – The Red-light district
Famous flower market in Amsterdam
Summer fun in the Westerpark, Amsterdam
Amsterdam Light Festival – an excellent event for long winter nights
Seldomly but still – in 2018 the waters in the canals had created thick enough ice to be able to enjoy typically winter fun

More about Amsterdam you can read here.

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