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Established in 1926 The Amsterdam Museum was called until 2011 Amsterdam Historisch Museum. Here are gathered all items and information existed about Amsterdam history, was was formed and how evolved. The Amsterdam Museum manages the collection of the city of Amsterdam. A large part of this is in our Collection Center: more than 80,000 objects. About half of the objects are kept by the city itself, the other half comes from donations and legacies. The collection has grown since the sixteenth century, when the city council first placed paintings and other objects in the town hall on the Dam. In the course of time many collections of urban institutions have been added, for example the militia pieces, the regent portraits, the guild silver collection and the statues of David and Goliath.

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Sexmuseum or Venus Palace is one of the most visited museum from Amsterdam in the year 2016. Here you can see the sex history from the Greek and Roman until today and lot of references to the pop culture of eroticism, photos and funny figures. Nothing embarrassing or too perverse but sometimes funny. 

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Believe It or Not is the place where the truth is almost impossible to distinguish from fiction. Including the incredible and fascinating exhibitions from the collection of famous world traveler Robert Ripley, it will surprise you and surprise you, but especially entertain you.

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Diamant museum Amsterdam has a good history of diamonds and a good explanation of the method of mining and processing diamonds. The museum shows the process of making diamonds and how it relates to Amsterdam’s history. Diamond Museum Amsterdam is a small museum so if you have a window of just one hour, to visit this museum should be enough.

The exhibitions shown are very informative and interesting. If you have a true interest in the topic there is a lot to learn but it is all explained very well. You also get a free pass for a free tour at Coster Diamonds located about 30 meters down the road where you get to see diamonds being cut and shaped by an expert.

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Verzetsmuseum of Museum of resistance shows a broad look at life during the German occupation of the Netherlands and how dutch people were affected by WWII. Resistance, human pain and suffering are shown with overwhelming force and it will make you question yourself what would you do and what decisions you would take back then.

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Stedelijk  museum Amsterdam is a modern and contemporary art museum hosting not only dutch art but also international art. Usually they change the showing art periodically that meaning every time are new pieces to see. Some art pieces are shown by time slot and you will have to make a reservation for that. Children until 18 years old have free entrance.

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Amsterdam owes this famous museum to the great artist Vincent Van Gogh. This museum is a major pull among the visitors. Van Gogh museum houses the world’s largest collection of Van Gogh paintings. Each year, too many a people, in millions visit this Museum to witness the best works of his art work and thus, making it to the second most famous tourist attraction in Amsterdam.

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The Rijksmuseum is the most famous art repository in Amsterdam. Undeniably, it is the national museum of the Netherlands. The museum is a big attraction among the visitors who want to explore the works of finest of art and architecture in Amsterdam. It’s amazing to note that if we go by numbers, the total collection of artifacts must be more than a million. These masterpieces date back from the 13th century onward.

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