Dam Square, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The Digital Land plot at the most jam-packed square, jostling with locals and tourists day and night. Dam Square is Amsterdam’s beating heart. Whatever the weather, there is always something going on, from street performances to carnivals.
This city square was created in the 13th century when a dam was built around the river Amstel to prevent flooding the city. It was once the central marketplace of Amsterdam where literally everything under the moon was sold. During the sixties this lively area attracted artists and hippies, who created a laid-back and friendly vibe. Today surrounded by wonderful buildings, Dam Square one of the main tourist sights and expect lots of entertainment.
In addition to several restaurants, cafés, and shops, there are many excellent attractions like the National Monument, the fifteenth-century New Church and Beurs van Berlage, an old stock exchange building. But without doubt, of all the sights in Dam Square, Royal Palace is quite literally the jewel in the crown. Although it is no longer home of the Dutch Royal family, this grand building is the most historic, the most opulent, and for these reasons, the most visited in Amsterdam. Other must-sees in Dam Square are Madame Tussauds, the world famous wax works museum.
From time to time the square is the site of a funfair, concerts, sports events or a used-books market. The majority of visitors to Amsterdam are go through Dam Square at some point!
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