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Virtual Tour of Bikes and trams at Damrak, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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khaleeq says:
"Several of the buildings along Damrak are considered to be classics of the late 19th and early 20th century. The structure at Damrak 62 was built to be the headquarters of the publishing firm Allert de Lange, an internationally famous firm that was subsequently persecuted by the Nazis. The neo-gothic gabled building on Damrak is interestingly decorated in an elaborate style. It's currently occupied by the N.V. Bever Holding Company (real estate). The architect was G. Van Looy (1852-1911)."
 
Tony J says:
"To my mind, Amsterdam is just the right size for a capital city. Not too big, not too small but so many places to see that you'll be kept amused for days."
 
Abs says:
"This is one of my most visited places. I toured in a tram and by hiring a bicycle.. its the cheapest and fast way to tour the place. I would say the people living their have taken care by maintaining its cleanliness"
 
Abhineet Singh says:
"I wud suggest that its better to tke a tram and see the place. U wud definetly enjoy it more viewing the place by travelling and seeing the place from tram. Its also gud to travel by bicycle for those concerned at the ecological environment."
 
JuanM says:
"get a bicycle and visit the city in a very ecological way"
 

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