Dam square is a customary location well known for the outstanding buildings. This was built by encircling the river Amsel to avert the Zuiderzee Sea from flooding the city. This was popular for the “hippe” population in 1960s. You can enjoy the elegance of the largest non-religious church, the Royal Palace. It was built in Europe in the seventeenth century. It is mainly fashioned for the special events and remains closed when no occasions are held. This is a place where the royal weddings and the inauguration take place. Encircling the Palace is the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky, which is a biggest five star hotel in the Netherlands. Another midpoint for the attraction is the National monument located opposite to the Royal Palace. The Dam Square is characterized by the white column embraced with sculptures. It was assembled in 1956 to honor the victims of World War II. Nieuwe Kerk is a new religious church to stay sometime under glory. The construction is done in the Renaissance style. The lovers of the ancient arts, movie stars should visit the World famous Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in the Dam Square.
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How to reach:
By Train: The nearest metro station is the Rokin station which is a 6 minutes walk away to the Dam Square.
By Bus: The bus lines available are 355, 357, 359, 361, and 363.
Tickets: There is no entrance fee.
Timings: Opened on all the days of events.
Address: Dam Square, Amsterdam."