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Food, film, fashion, crafts and architecture converge at this cultural centre in a converted industrial building in trendy Amsterdam Oud-West. Home to the Filmhallen arthouse cinema complex, boutique hotel, independent creative outlets and a weekly indoor craft market, this historic former tram depot has quickly become one of Amsterdam’s most popular cultural hotspots. Indoor food hall Alongside its plentiful cultural and architectural attractions, De Hallen also boasts the magnificent Foodhallen; a classy indoor food market lined with stalls of top-notch street food from some of Amsterdam’s most respected kitchens, as well as plentiful bars and seating areas and a swish grill…

Amsterdam Science Park is home to a valuable pool of highly qualified students. The UvA Faculty of Science accommodates some 4,000 students of biology, computer sciences, astronomy, chemistry, mathematics, physics, chemistry and life sciences. And since September 2012, the 900 students of the prestigious Amsterdam University College (AUC) have also called the Science Park their home. ICT facilities As one of the most densely cabled locations in Europe, Amsterdam Science Park is presently home to more than 150 network hubs. It houses internet exchanges such as AMS-IX,  the largest data transport hub in the world, known for its superior quality and low costs and NL-ix…

The Zonnehuis is a theatre in Amsterdam Noord, located in a grand Amsterdam School building that originally served as meeting place for the workers’ union of the NSDM Wharf. Performances and architecture tours Performances in the theatre include family musicals and music shows. In addition, the theatre offers guided tours through its architecturally impressive building, which still features the original interior. Zonnehuis Zonneplein 30 1033 EK…

Amsterdam’s largest and oldest daily flea market is located on the Waterlooplein in the centre of the city. Spend a couple hours browsing through its many stalls to get a taste of the local culture and to pick up a bargain. Situated in the former Jewish quarter, the Waterlooplein market and dates back to 1885, when it was open every day except the Sabbath. These days you can wander through this Amsterdam flea market every day except for Sundays and public holidays. Every stall has something different on offer, including (second-hand) clothes, antiques, knick-knacks, souvenirs, bicycle parts and much more. It's situated right beside Amsterdam City Hall, surrounded by attractions such as…

The Tropenmuseum can be found in one of Amsterdam’s most beautiful buildings. It lets you explore the most wondrous treasures and stories from around the world. The Tropenmuseum revolves around cultures from around the world, from Africa to Southeast Asia and from India to Latin America. You will find rituals, celebrations and decorations from past and present, as well as how other cultures handle mourning and conflicts. The museum has permanent and temporary exhibitions. The permanent exhibitions display treasures from the Dutch East Indies in the VOC era, among other things. National monument The building that houses the Tropenmuseum is worth a visit all by itself. Its…

World Trade Center, Amsterdam offers a fully equipped conference center with an auditorium for 200 persons, 12 board and meeting rooms including all catering facilities. WTC has also a vivid business club that meets regularly. Tenants and visitors are welcome for shopping in the shopping center. Amsterdam's World Trade Center benefits from the central location on the ring of Amsterdam, with a train and metro station in the immediate vicinity. It is ideally situated at the heart of Amsterdam Zuidas business district, just six minutes from Schiphol Airport by train and 10 minutes away from the city’s historic center by public transport. Many meetings, workshops, congresses, presentations…

Het Haarlemmermeerstation, tot 1933 Station Willemspark geheten, werd gebouwd in 1915, met als architect H. van Emmerik, maar naar oorspronkelijk ontwerp van K.P.C. de Bazel.Het station staat aan de Amstelveenseweg, hoek Havenstraat. Tot de komst van het busstation van Maarse & Kroon, dat de trein verving, lag er voor het station een klein plantsoen. Ligging van de stations in Amsterdam in 1936 Haarlemmermeerstation straatzijde in juni 2005. Op deze foto van station Leiden Heerensingel is de gelijkenis met station Amsterdam Haarlemmermeer goed te zien. Ansichtkaart (ca.1925; Collectie Archief Leiden). Het station is een kopstation. De voorgevel is symmetrisch. Links van het hoofdgebouw…

Het Marnix is a modern, multifunctional sports centre right in the heart of Amsterdam. The complex was completely rebuilt in 2006, and now features two swimming pools, a large sports hall, a spa, health club and a café. Come to Het Marnix to swim alongside an old canal, exercise while enjoying the view of the Jordaan and relax in the sauna on the roof terrace. It's the perfect way to spend an afternoon on your own or with family or friends. Het Marnix, Marnixplein 1, 1015 ZN AMSTERDAM Plan your route 020-5246000

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