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Royal Palace of Amsterdam, the grand reception palace of King Willem-Alexander's. This royalty monarch is situated at the core of Amsterdam. History says that at the age of Golden Dutch, the municipality of Amsterdam pronounced to create an intricate and royal hall at the west side of Dam square, which would represent the growing Dutch Republicans and it's managerial potential. The Royal Palace was created by Jacob van Campen, who was influenced by the Roman Dynasty's architectural plan.
Thus, the work of Campen was done by 1655, and this aristocratic and imperial hall was inaugurated as a cooperative palace in 1806. Today the Palace is open for all its visitors. Still, before 1806 when the Netherlands was under the governing power of the French Empire, this Royal Palace belonged to the King of Holland, Louis Napoleon I, and it was his residential place.
After the French Dynasty was over for the Netherlands, it was baptized to the first King of the Netherlands, King William I. It was still under the residential Palace of King William I. Since then, it had been serving the Royal Dutch Family. Many critical receptions, including the ritualistic celebrations, were celebrated there, also the victory of the Netherlands over Indonesia in 1949 and the crowning of Queen Beatrix in 1980.
First of it is the Royal Palace, which had some great history from the French Rule to the crowing of Queen Beatrix to King William-Alexander's reception.
Second, it is famous because of its perseverance of rich culture and royal architectural plans and designs. The carves of the monument are impressive, eye-catching, and so dramatically built that one can remain enchanted with the beauty of the Royal Palace for its rest of life.
The interior of the Royal Palace is full of sculptures, carves, and some striking painting and illustration borough by some world-renowned artists and painters like Rembrandt and Ferdinand Bol. The center of the hall has some compositions and sketches which represent the Dutch sovereign. The monument is still glowing for more than a century and a half.
Timings are subject to change. You will be automatically booked into a time slot as part of the check out process. Please visit the official website to confirm the time slot before your visit.
View of the Dam Square - Here you can see people relaxing, dancing, singing. The lanes of Dam square is the glories of Amsterdam. And the courts are ecstatic, very clean and beautiful. There are ornate golden statues, a monument of Freedom which depicts and tells the freedom story of Julian Assange. It's a place where you can gaze for hours and enjoy the crowded squares.
The wax museum Madame Tussauds: it's near the Royal Palace and a great museum to visit and click photos with real looking wax statues of pop stars and celebrities. The ambiance of the museum is good.
World Press photo - A great place to see how photojournalists exhibit their talents. It's a place where the images will tell you the story, the news, the highlights of day and night of what's going around the world. Here, the award-winning photos of the year are exhibited every year. And it displays the best quality of photography with Canon prints in the hall.
Here, Mark Raven's Art Studio is a small artist, but still fancy one celebrates his Art by selling them at affordable prices. He displays modern art culture in his studio. It's a quick stop near the Royal Palace of Amsterdam.
Beer Temple - The best destination for a quick drink is the Beer Temple in Amsterdam. Here you will get the best Dutch draft beers, and there's a hell of a lot of collection present in this small shop.
There are many food places, ecstatic views of architecture, pubbing, and dancing near the Royal Palace of Amsterdam. Amsterdam is a fully packed city where you will get everything but in Royal style.