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    On 2 March 1820, Eduard Douwes Dekker was born in a small house in the Kostjespoortsteeg in Amsterdam. His first novel 'Max Havelaar', which he wrote under his pseudonym Multatuli (I have experienced great suffering) mad...
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    The Stedelijk Museum is an international institute in Amsterdam, dedicated to modern and contemporary art and design. It is a home for art, for artists and a wide audience, where artistic production and originality are p...
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    Artis combines nature, culture and heritage. Approximately 6000 animals live in the multitude of historic buildings: from the Asian Elephant to the black swan and from the dwarf mouse maki to the Californian sea lion. Ar...
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    The Hermitage Amsterdam is a spectacular, multi-functional museum with exhibition rooms, a café restaurant, shops, a study centre, an auditorium and a Hermitage for Children housed in a superbly renovated landmark...
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    The collection of the Rijksmuseum is world famous – the most important Dutch paintings by artists including Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Vermeer and Jan Steen. There are also works from Flanders, Italy and Spain. All masterpie...
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    The Van Gogh museum is dedicated to the 19th century painter Vincent van Gogh. Nowhere else in the world can you see so many paintings by Van Gogh in one place. Follow the development in the artist’s work and compare h...
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    Museum De Cruquius is housed in the historic steam pumping station built in 1849. Here, you can learn about the history of the draining of the Haarlemmermeer and the highlights of steam technology and human ingenuity.
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    The Jewish Historical Museum was founded in 1932 with a modest collection in the attic of the Waag on the Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam. It was forced to close during the Second World War and the collection was seized.
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    NEMO is the largest science centre in the Netherlands. With five floors full of exciting things to do and discover, it is the perfect place for anyone with an inquiring mind. Everything in NEMO is connected to science an...
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    The Theo Thijssen Museum is dedicated to Theo Thijssen (1879 – 1943), a writer, teacher, trade unionist and social democratic politician who was a native of Amsterdam and was primarily known as the author Kees de jonge...
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