Amsterdam, The Netherlands

By: Reid Clark

Lean, Tasty, And It's Dutch Food

Good morning, need some coffee well try koffie verkeerd which is coffee with milk. Need a snack try Bitterballen(beef, beef broth, butter, flour for thickening, parsley, salt and pepper). Lunch or Dinner have some Patat(European style fries)or some stamppot(mashed potatoes and vegetables).Ooooooh Dessert, taste chocoladeletter.

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Visit The Many Cultural Venues

All most all of Vincent Van Gogh's 200 paintings and 500 drawings that have never left the Netherlands. See all of the diverse architecture. Visit the tons of museums and art galleries.The Netherlands is the country with the largest population in the world.
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There Are Many Places For Entertainment

The Artis Royal Zoo has 700 amazing animal species and 200 different tree varieties, or you can go to the cinema, theater, or you can just listen to music. At night people go to the famous Red Light District where people dance and drink alcohol(NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN!). People also go to Vondelpark you can enjoy a sunny day, pet walking, and/or just relaxing.
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See The Many Amazing Sights

The Rijksmuseum has an amazing collection including "Night Watch" and many paintings by Vermeer. The Stedelijk museum be one of the most innovative museums ever. Begijnhof is an enclosed courtyard dating back to the early 14th century, nothing survived of the earliest dwellings.
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Language More Than Just Dutch

People mostly speak Dutch but some people speak German or English. The written language that they use is the Dutch alphabet. Most of the muslim population speaks Turkish or Arabic.

When Is The Best Time To Visit

The warmest weather is in July to August. There isn't really a best time to visit. The peak of tourist season is also July to August. There are rarely ever any extreme temperatures. The air is normally humid and fog is normal in fall and spring.
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Bibliography

Seward, Pat. Netherlands. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 1996. Print.