Madame Tussauds Amsterdam
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Het museum zit aan de dam van Amsterdam dus het zit midden in het centrum. Leuk museum met allemaal beroemde wassenbeelden.
Enjoy all the glitz and glamour and shine among all national and international celebrities.
A museum filled with wax statues of worldfamous people like Michael Jackson, Martin Garrix, Rafael Nadal, Barack Obama and many many more! Just a 5 min. walk!
You want to meet Kim Kardashian, or Justin Bieber? This might be your only change;)
If you want to see Beyonce, Michael Jackson or other wax statues of world famous stars, this is the place to be
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“Set smack in the city center, De Wallen is one of Amsterdam’s oldest neighborhoods. In 1270 a bridge was built in Dam Square to connect the Rokin and Damrak roads and this new neighborhood, due to its walled canals, was called De Wallen. The area is also known as the red-light district because of the three hundred one-room cabins rented by prostitutes who advertise their wares in red-lit windows. But there is much more to De Wallen than its red-light reveries. The neighborhood is a fantastic juxtaposition of historic churches, age-old architecture, and late-night pursuits. Packed with interesting shops, pubs, fantastic restaurants, leaning gabled houses, and the city’s most charming canals, De Wallen has the character to spare. ”
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