Dam Square

Dam Square, Amsterdam

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Amsterdam’s Dam Square is the historic heart of the city and the location of many events of national significance. Compared to the past, it is now a peaceful square where you can find many street performers and pigeons.

On and near Dam Square are the Royal Palace, the New Church and the National Monument. The National Monument is a monument commemorating the victims of World War II. Every year, the National Remembrance Day is held here on 4 May, attended by King Willem-Alexander and Queen Mรกxima, among others.

The dam is easy to reach and not the central point of Amsterdam for nothing. You walk from Central Station via Damrak to the square. From Dam Square, you can easily walk into Kalverstraat, Amsterdam’s busiest and most important shopping street.

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Mausoleum of Mohammed V

Mausoleum of Mohammed V

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This mausoleum is located in the capital of Morocco. The Mausoleum of Mohammed V, (he was King of Morocco until 1961) stands on a large complex on the other side of the great Hassan tower and contains the tombs of a Moroccan king and his two sons. The Mausoleum is always guarded by four beautifully dressed guards.

The tomb is also open to non-Muslims and once inside you will be amazed. Decorated with gold leaf and a white exterior, it is one of the city’s most striking landmarks. You can easily visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V and the Hassan tower together.

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