Architecture Centre Amsterdam, Amsterdam

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  • The Arcam there is a class of architecture and history of the city of Amsterdam for approximately 1 hour, in English. If you're interested in the subject, is very worthwhile. I recommend that you go at the beginning of the stay, as it will have a very clear vision of how the city has evolved and then you can walk over there doing the correlations between the class and the locals. Also recommend that after school do the guided tour. On top of this is also a chance to make new friends, because everyone in the class has many interests in common.
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  • I took the Crash Course in Amsterdam Architecture and then the tour of the IJ -- new northern part of Amsterdam. This was one of the best tours I have ever taken. Guide was an expert, personable and a...  more »
  • The small building, planned originally as a ticket booth for the NEMO is an architectural highlight. In a nutshell, you can take a picture of the Amsterdam development over the centuries. To illustrate, there is a collection of different brick forms. Who further want to deepen the topic, will find a good selection of literature. Admission is free,
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