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Just Amsterdam. P.3.

Sergey Dolya • 4 minutes read • March 23rd, 2016


One of the most famous museums in 

Amsterdam

is 

Rijksmuseum

:

The park in front of the museum in 

Amsterdam provides a peaceful disconnect from busy city life.



Many people take part in Qigong gymnastics in the park:

Parents push their children along in cradled-seats that are built onto the front of bikes:

Students backpacking to save money on hotels:


Although English is the second language for the Dutch, mistakes are sometimes made:

Gay bars are marked by rainbow colored flags:

Cannabis seeds are sold openly:

A red bicycle taxi rides alongside the city tram lines:

Lopsided houses are a common sighting:

Gold, diamonds and silver can be bought on the first floor. The door of the balcony opens to the fifth floor, although there is no balcony. 

Houses here are in close proximity to each other:

The Downtown real estate market is quite expensive. Many people live on floating platforms along the canal:


Cars are parked on the very edge of the canal given the limited space available.  

And the bicycles are parked on the bridges:

There are drawbridges across the canals:

Teh drawbridge is raised when boats pass, making traffic wait till the bridge is lowered again:

In the Central Station in Amsterdam, the.Bicycles in Amsterdam is the largest bicycle parking lot:


There are three levels where the bikes can be parked:



Men's public restroom:

Those who can't find a space in front of the station can park their bikes on the barge behind it:

As the main form of transport, bicycles are everywhere, even the local ATM:

Bicycle paths are paved along all roads:

Bicycles are the most convenient way to get around the city of Amsterdam.
Author: Sergeydolya
Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com

Translated by: Gian Luka

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