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Portuguese Synagogue

Amsterdam's Sephardic community was one of Europe's largest during the Golden Age; this synagogue has been their religious centre here since the 17th century.

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Oude Kerk (Old Church)
Amsterdam’s Oude Kerk was consecrated over 700 years ago. Before the Reformation of 1578, it was a Roman Catholic church; afterwards, it became an important centre of Calvinism.
Bloemenmarkt (Flower Market)
The city's most fragrant attraction is the only floating flower market on the planet.
Magere Brug
The picturesque 'skinny bridge' over the Amstel is lit up at night with 1200 bulbs.
National Maritime Museum
In a city made great by the sea, this unique museum recounts the past glory of the Dutch navy and includes an exciting 4D experience.
Science Centre NEMO
Five floors of interactive scientific fun, housed in an eye-catching building with a wonderful roof terrace.
Waterlooplein
Surrounded by small souvenir shops and bars, this central square is popular for its hectic flea market.

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