Architecture in Amsterdam Cycle route
Anyone visiting Amsterdam will be amazed, as the Golden Age has left its mark on the city's architecture. For example, the Maritime Museum, designed by Stalpaert in 1656 as a warehouse for the Admiralty. During the renovation at the beginning of this century, Van der Pol of DOK architecten added glass and metal to underline the tough character of the building.
During this cycle route, we will not plunge right into the centre but we will lead you to other architectural highlights. What about Eye, the film museum designed by the Viennese Delugan Meissl Associated Architects? Or the extraordinary NEMO building, designed by Alberts and Van Huut. Of course, the Central Station by Cuypers and Van Gendt should not be missed. And what is an architecture tour in Amsterdam without the Amsterdam School? For this, the cycle route goes to Museum Het Schip, designed by De Klerk.
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