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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Amsterdam"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Amsterdam is the capital and largest city of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland in the west of the country. (Web site)
  2. Amsterdam is a beautiful city in the Netherlands with impressive architecture, lovely canals that criss-cross the city, great shopping, and friendly people.
  3. Amsterdam is the capital city and an important port; the government of the Netherlands is situated in The Hague.
  4. Amsterdam was a central financial market and bookmarket in Europe but lost this position to London. (Web site)
  5. Amsterdam is the capital of the Netherlands in a technical legal sense.

Jews

  1. Her diary tells the story of her life in hiding during the persecution of Jews in Amsterdam in World War II; she died in the Holocaust. (Web site)

Vienna

  1. Regular flights to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Amsterdam, Vienna, and Jakarta are available, as well as destinations in Sumatra. (Web site)
  2. Even though several venues were involved (Vienna, Amsterdam, New York), and many recordings were under live concert conditions, the DG engineers triumphed.

Work

  1. The work of Alexandre Oliver Exquemelin (c.1645-c.1707) was originally published by Ten Hoorn in Amsterdam in 1678.
  2. I work in the archives in the provinces Groningen, Friesland and Drenthe and the City of Amsterdam. (Web site)
  3. The Amsterdam Density Functional (ADF) package is a highly requested application in our work with IBM benchmarks. (Web site)

Exhibition

  1. He was deeply struck by an exhibition of Cubism held in Amsterdam in 1911 which profoundly affected his later work.
  2. In 1838 he entered his first paintings in the Exhibition of Living Masters in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
  3. The book is published to accompany the exhibition of the same name at the Rembrandt House in Amsterdam and at the J.Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles.

Train

  1. The train is the quickest and cheapest way to get to Amsterdam, or indeed anywhere else outside the vicinity of the airport.
  2. From Amsterdam go to Leiden and change over to the train to to Utrecht.
  3. Amsterdam Metro, Tram & Train is a route planner for the Metro, Tram and local National Rail network of Amsterdam.

Minutes

  1. This four-star Grand Hotel Amstelveen is conveniently close to Amsterdam and only a few minutes from Schiphol airport.
  2. Only 10 minutes from Amsterdam - Centre For groups from 20 - 32 (36 max.) persons. (Web site)
  3. At only 15 minutes from the international airport of Schiphol and 20 minutes from Amsterdam. (Web site)

Berlin

  1. Weenix is represented at most of the important continental galleries, notably at Munich, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, and St Petersburg. (Web site)
  2. By the year 2000, Western Europe's major cities (London, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Geneva, Berlin, Rome, etc.) were connected by high-speed rail service.
  3. Paris was chosen to host the Games over bids of Amsterdam, Berlin, Los Angeles, Rio de Janeiro and Rome.

Hamburg

  1. U.S. venue of the traveling exhibition, which was previously shown in Amsterdam, Athens, Basel, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Istanbul, Munich, and Rome. (Web site)
  2. Bob van Asperen has also been a member of the jury at several important harpsichord competitions such as those of Amsterdam, Paris, Nantes and Hamburg. (Web site)

Rembrandt Van Rijn

  1. When Bartholomeus van der Helst moved to Amsterdam in 1636, Rembrandt van Rijn was at the height of his popularity. (Web site)

Laren

  1. He remained at a hotel in Amsterdam for five months and in 1940 moved to the city of Laren.

Venice

  1. Paris, Venice, Berlin, London, Amsterdam and New York City all hosted successful appearances as pianist and conductor.
  2. The many canals in Hamburg are crossed by over 2300 bridges — more than Amsterdam (1200) and Venice (400) combined.

Cheap Hotels

  1. Accommodation at four, five stars and very cheap hotels in Amsterdam. (Web site)

North Holland

  1. Diemen is located in the province of North Holland directly to the east of Amsterdam within the capital's metropolitan area. (Web site)
  2. The province of North Holland is divided into two major regions: North Holland North and the Amsterdam Region. (Web site)

Egmond Aan Zee

  1. The hotel is located almost at the beach of the picturesque seaside village of Egmond aan Zee, at 45 km from Amsterdam. (Web site)

Old Centre

  1. Less than 20 kilometres from Amsterdam, you will find our cosy three-star hotel in the old centre of the picturesque Zuiderzee town of Edam.

Year

  1. In 1665 he went to Antwerp, where he remained till 1678, in which year he probably returned to Amsterdam. (Web site)
  2. An advisable city to attend at this day is Amsterdam, because it's one of the largest events of the year there.
  3. In the same year, Rembrandt became a burgess of Amsterdam and a member of the local guild of painters. (Web site)

Tilburg

  1. There are also Catholic universities at Nijmegen and Tilburg and a Calvinist university at Amsterdam.

Belgium

  1. ICE trains also serve Amsterdam (The Netherlands) as well as Liège and Brussels (Belgium).
  2. Amsterdam distributed grain to the major cities of Belgium, Northern France and England. (Web site)
  3. Includes information on France, Belgium, Amsterdam and Venice with opinions and photos. (Web site)

Berchem

  1. Maybe Berchem went to Italy after this trip and before he moved to Amsterdam - he is not clearly documented in the Netherlands between 1650 and 1656.
  2. In 1670 he moved back to Haarlem, but Berchem died in Amsterdam in 1683. (Web site)

Paintings

  1. April 14 - In the Netherlands, thieves steal 20 paintings worth $500 million from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. (Web site)
  2. His paintings are exposed in The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam and the Mauritshuis in The Hague.
  3. These paintings were sold the year after in Amsterdam in a much studied auction, published by Gerard Hoet. (Web site)

Inhabitants

  1. Its largest city, Amsterdam with about 750,000 inhabitants in its own municipality, belongs to one of the smaller European capitals. (Web site)
  2. Inhabitants of Jacobswoude depend on Alphen aan den Rijn, Leiden and Amsterdam for facilities not offered in the smaller villages. (Web site)
  3. In summer, especially Zandvoort draws many inhabitants of Amsterdam.

Apeldoorn

  1. Wegener NV, based in Apeldoorn and listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange, is a company focusing on the information-, and direct marketing industry.

Offices Worldwide

  1. Elsevier is a global business headquartered in Amsterdam, The Netherlands and has offices worldwide.

Zuiderzee

  1. The Zuiderzee (Southern Sea) was the main transport route from Amsterdam to the North Sea and the Hanseatic League cities. (Web site)

Medemblik

  1. It is hypothesised that the now- poldered tidal inlets of Medem (near Medemblik) and IJ (near Amsterdam) once were branches of river IJssel.
  2. Medemblik is only 55 km away from downtown Amsterdam and 35 km from the North Sea beaches.

Dublin

  1. Salzburg Airport has scheduled flights to European cities such as Frankfurt, Vienna, London, Amsterdam and Zürich, as well as Hamburg or Dublin. (Web site)
  2. The other one, Deurne, is close to Antwerp and has less frequent flights to Amsterdam, London, Liverpool and Dublin only.

Cultural Heart

  1. The Bildeberg Hotel Jan Luyken is a deluxe hotel quietly located in the cultural heart of Amsterdam, next to the Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum.
  2. The newly renovated Bilderberg Hotel Jan Luyken is a charming and elegant four star boutique hotel in the cultural heart of Amsterdam. (Web site)

Part

  1. It is a part of the municipality of Zaanstad, and lies about 11 km northwest of Amsterdam. (Web site)
  2. The exhibition is officially opened in Amsterdam as part of the award ceremony in April and can be seen at venues around the globe until the next year.
  3. Blaeuw (Amsterdam, Rijksmus.), which formed part of the same series as Rembrandt's 'Night Watch' (Amsterdam, Rijksmus.).

Breukelen

  1. Driving directions: From the airport take the A4 to Amsterdam, then Utrecht and take exit 5 for Breukelen, turning left immediately.
  2. Rutger Hauer was born on January 23, 1944 in Breukelen, Netherlands to drama teachers Arend and Teunke, Rutger Hauer grew up in Amsterdam.

Middenbeemster

  1. Fabritius (born 1624 in Middenbeemster, Netherlands; died 1673 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch painter. (Web site)
  2. The architect of the Church of Middenbeemster was the famous Hendrick de Keyser who built the Dam palace in Amsterdam.

Peter Stuyvesant

  1. Peter Stuyvesant brought the first tea to America to the colonists in the Dutch settlement of New Amsterdam (later re-named New York by the English). (Web site)
  2. Under the later administration of Peter Stuyvesant, the colony prospered and by the 1650s, about 1,000 were living in New Amsterdam.

Heart

  1. A beautiful apartment with a garden in the heart of Amsterdam, The Jordaan.
  2. Hotel Roemer is situated in a quiet street in the heart of Amsterdam.
  3. Hotel Pulitzer is situated in the heart of Amsterdam and framed by 2 of the most famous concentric canals: the Prinsengracht and the Keizersgracht. (Web site)

Star Hotel

  1. The Hotel De Looier is a recently renovated 3 star hotel within walking distance of most of the major tourist attractions in Amsterdam.
  2. Hotel Heemskerk is the smallest 3 star hotel in Amsterdam.
  3. The Novotel Amsterdam Airport is a 4 star hotel ideally located in a quiet area around Schiphol Amsterdam Airport, which is only 5 km away.

Amstel Botel

  1. The Amstel Botel; Amsterdam; Netherlands;is a modern and luxurious floating 3* hotel. (Web site)
  2. Amstel Botel is a floating hotel located in the centre of Amsterdam. (Web site)
  3. The Amstel Botel is a 3-star hotel located on a boat moored close to the NDSM-shipyard in Amsterdam North.

Dutch Football Manager

  1. Franklin Edmundo Rijkaard (born September 30, 1962 in Amsterdam) is a Dutch football manager and former player.

Metsu

  1. Metsu was one of the founder members of the Leiden guild in 1648 but by 1657 was living in Amsterdam.

Genre Scenes

  1. He was born and died in Amsterdam, and painted there and in Antwerp, though his genre scenes were influential in Italy. (Web site)

Euronext

  1. Euronext Amsterdam - Netherlands - Exchange in the Netherlands, and the home marke for Dutch shares, bonds, warrants, options and futures. (Web site)
  2. It is quoted on the London Stock Exchange and Euronext Amsterdam, and is a member of the FTSE 250 index of shares.
  3. The derivatives activities of the other constituent exchanges of Euronext (Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris), were merged into Euronext.liffe. (Web site)

South Holland

  1. Rotterdam is the second largest city in the Netherlands (after Amsterdam), located in the province of South Holland.
  2. The impetus came largely from Amsterdam, which still resented the 1838 relocation of the court of appeal to The Hague in South Holland. (Web site)

Eindhoven

  1. Intercity trains to the northern city of Haarlem connect Maastricht with Eindhoven, Utrecht and Amsterdam, amongst others.

Breda

  1. The Amstel Gold Race has never started in Amsterdam, Rotterdam or Utrecht and it never again started in Breda.
  2. In addition, trains also head north from Breda to Amsterdam and east to Den Bosch – Nijmegen.
  3. Trumpets sounded the Wilhelmus when Prince Maurice visited Breda, and again when he was received in state in Amsterdam in May 1618.

Zandvoort

  1. Hotel Haarlem Zuid is a large 4* hotel in Haarlem, near important Highways, Zandvoort (beach), Amsterdam and the airport Schiphol.
  2. With a central location on the A4 motorway, the North Sea beaches of Zandvoort and the centres of Haarlem and Amsterdam are easily accessible.
  3. The hotel is situated opposite the race track in Zandvoort, and is just a 20 minute drive from Amsterdam and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

Hoorn

  1. On his return to the Netherlands he lived in Hoorn and then in 1653 settled in Amsterdam.

Zwolle

  1. Direct intercity services connect Zwolle to Amsterdam as well as Schiphol Airport. (Web site)
  2. The national airport (Amsterdam Schiphol Airport), is located at about 100 kilometers from Zwolle. (Web site)

Amsterdam Conservatory

  1. He served as professor of harpsichord at the Academy of Music from 1952 to 1955 and as professor of harpsichord at the Amsterdam Conservatory from 1954. (Web site)
  2. Enamored of the recorder from an early age, she studied at the Amsterdam Conservatory and the Royal Conservatory in The Hague with Frans Brüggen. (Web site)
  3. He studied piano at the Amsterdam Conservatory with Jaap Spaanderman and harpsichord at the Brabant Conservatory with Jaap Spigt. (Web site)

Gustav Leonhardt

  1. In 1966, Goldberg studied harpsichord with Gustav Leonhardt in Amsterdam, which set her on a course to make the Bay Area a center for early music. (Web site)
  2. In 1970 he went to study with Gustav Leonhardt at the Amsterdam Conservatory from which he graduated in 1974.

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  3. Population > Settlements > Cities > City
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