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You can see paintings of the most famous Dutch painters in The Rijksmuseum. Only the building it self is already worth visiting. I advice you to book tickets online so you are sure you can go in and/or can avoid the queue.
The Rĳksmuseum is the museum of the Netherlands. In 2013, an entirely renovated Rĳksmuseum opened its doors to the public. You will be greeted by a stunning building, amazing interior design, wonderful exhibitions, lively events, and many fine amenities for young and old.
You can't miss this. All great paintings from the 17th century you can see here, and thats worth it.
Highly recommended! The location, the building and the art are all worth seeing.
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Amsterdam Oud-Zuid, NH 1071 ZB
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