September 2010. The Netherlands has an incredibly rich art history for such a small country. Moreover, a bunch of the world’s most famous painters were Dutch, including the likes of Vincent Van Gogh, Johannes Vermeer and Frans Hals. However, bragging rights for the country’s most celebrated and influential artist arguably goes to a man known […]Read More
Tag: what to see and do Amsterdam
Back when I lived in Amsterdam, the biggest day of the year was always Queen’s Day. Livelier than New Year’s Eve and a damn sight crazier than Christmas, Queen’s Day Amsterdam took place on the 30th of April to celebrate the birthday of Queen Beatrix. However, the tradition of this intense, all-day city-wide street party […]Read More
August 2012. The Amsterdam Eye Film Museum is a stunning building located on the north bank of The River IJ, just across the water from the city’s Central train station. Queen Beatrix opened the centre, which also houses The National Film Institute, on the 4th of April 2012. Home to four modern cinemas, The National […]Read More
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