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Amsterdam, the Netherlands’ capital, is famed as the “Venice of the North”. What used to be a fishing village developed around the Amstel dam is now home to 821,752 people, and has become the most populous city in the Netherlands. With its museums, universities, institutes, and entertainment venues, it has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe.
Known for its artistic heritage, Amsterdam is, indeed, an artist’s haven. The Rijksmuseum, the Vincent van Gogh Museum, and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, windmills, the Anne Frank House, and the UNESCO-protected canals are only some of the many attractions that Amsterdam has to offer.
Come and discover the Venice of the North today!
You may know, see, and have been to Rome, but it's highly likely you've never been to Federico Fellini's Rome. Some of the most iconic sites in the capital have held different meanings throughout the years because of the legendary film director. [...]