What to see in Amsterdam: the 5 most important museums

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WHAT TO SEE IN AMSTERDAM: THE 5 MOST IMPORTANT MUSEUMS

A list of the best museums to see in Amsterdam.
The 5 most important museums.

1. Rijksmuseum

The Rijksmuseum houses the largest collection of Flemish art in the world, and it’s the main museum of Amsterdam.
In 2004 the Rijksmuseum was closed due to a big renovation and restoration project, which ten years later gave a spectacular museum back to the world.
You can’t miss Rembrandt’s paintings, including his very famous painting The Night Watch.

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2. Casa di Rembrandt

You can broaden your knowledge of Rembrandt by visiting his house, located in the centre of Amsterdam.
Here you can enter the life of this artist and also a little his mind, because here you can admire his collection of works and embalmed animals.
A real dive into the odd life of an amazing artist.

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3. Van Gogh Museum

The Van Gogh Museum is a must-see if you visit Amsterdam, because the most important collection of works by Van Gogh in the world in housed here.
Visiting this museum is like making a journey into the life of the painter and his world vision.

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4. Casa di Anna Frank

The history of Amsterdam is full of events, facts and stories, and some of the most tragic are linked to XXII.
The Anne Frank House is visited by hundreds of people each day, who enter here to understand how the life of a young girl who was trying to escape together with her family from the horrors of war and Nazism could be.
Here you can still see the movable bookcase which led to the refuge of the Frank family, and it’s literally a journey through time and the pages of the world’s most read diary.

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5. Stedelijk Museum

For art lovers there’s the Stedelijk Museum, located close to the Rijksmuseum.
From Picasso to Chagall, from Pop Art to Industrial Design, you can admire the most interesting works from the early 20th century up to the 21st century. But, especially if you are creative people, here you can get inspired.

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