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Amsterdam FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions About Amsterdam

Frequently Asked Questions about Amsterdam
Frequently Asked Questions about Amsterdam. And answers, of course.

At DutchAmsterdam we get many questions about our fine city. We are not affiliated with any official Amsterdam Tourist Information or city marketing entity. But we love Amsterdam, and we love to share what we know about Mokum.

Where is Amsterdam? How many canals does the city have? What is a Mokumer? What is the IJ — and how do you pronounce it? Why do many houses in Amsterdam tilt forward?

Find the answers to these and many other Frequently Asked Questions here.

Frequently asked questions about Amsterdam
We’re not Amsterdam’s official tourist office. We’re DutchAmsterdam. Here to answer your questions about our great city.

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Last updated: Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 7:55 AM, Central European Time (CET)   
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