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The Amsterdam is a city. Amsterdam has one of the largest historic city centres in Europe, dating largely from the 17th century. At this time, a series of concentric, semi-circular canals ("grachten") were dug around the old city centre. Along the canals houses and warehouses were built. The canals still define Amsterdam's layout and appearance today. Many fine houses and mansions are situated along the canals. Some of the narrow brick houses are gradually sinking because they are built on wooden piles to cope with the marshy subsoil.

Interesting places in Amsterdam:
Amsterdam City Centre   Singelgracht
Prinsengracht   Amstel
Keizersgracht   Herengracht
Lijnbaansgracht   IJ
Westerpark (C)   Singel
Oost/Watergraafsmeer (U)   Oud-Zuid (V)
Oudezijds Voorburgwal   Plantage/Weesperbuurt
Oudezijds Achterburgwal   Oud-West (D)
Zuideramstel (W)   Jordaan
Amstelveen (municipality)   Kostverlorenvaart
Red light district 'De Wallen'   Natura Artis Magistra, Artis (Zoo)
Vondelpark   Dam Square

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Nearest places of interest:

ZuidAs (South Axis)
Amsterdam RAI
Metro station RAI
Heineken Experience Brewery
Oud-Zuid (V)

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