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The Treaty of Munster by Gerard term Borch inside Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (Netherlands).

Must-See: The Masterpieces Inside RijksMuseum in Amsterdam

When you’re in Netherlands, don’t skip in getting to know all the masterpieces inside Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Boy, until now, I can’t help but remember the goosebumps I had staring at the originals masterpieces of Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Frans Hals, Johannes Vermeer and other Dutch masters. How much time should I spend there? I was there two hours […]

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The narrowest house in Amsterdam is on 7 Singel Street.

Is this the Narrowest House in Amsterdam?

This may not be the thinnest house in the world but this certainly is the narrowest house facade in the world. While I’ve seen some pretty small / thin houses on my walks along the canal, this one seems to be the narrowest. I didn’t find it on my own. I joined a free walking […]

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In front of Anne Frank House in Amsterdam (Netherlands).

Let This be a Lesson For You – Buy Your Ticket Online When Visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam

Yes, let this be a lesson for you – buy your ticket online when visiting the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Don’t be like me who’s terrible at planning. 😀 That’s why I wasn’t able to get inside Anne’s House. I tried to book online while I was on a train from Brussels to Amsterdam. […]

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Welcome to the Museum of Prostitution in Amsterdam! Netherlands

Red Light Secrets: Welcome to the Museum of Prostitution in Amsterdam – the Only One in the World!

“Welcome to the Museum of Prostitution in Amsterdam,” says, Inga, a veteran Russian whore on the video screen at the door. Remember her because she’ll be telling you a lot of her personal stories as she guides you inside. She tells stories with spunk and sass – so don’t mess up with her. Make sure […]

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Ancient Meets Modern at Luxembourg Museum.

Ancient Meets Modern at Luxembourg City Museum

Starting from it’s all-glass facade, visitors would already know that ancient meets modern at Luxembourg City Museum. But, wait until you see its interior. The city’s old ramparts blend well with the modern designs, giving visitors a kind of feeling to be at present while exploring the past. The artifacts on display have clear, historical […]

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The Grund is a Charming Part of Luxembourg.

The Grund is a Charming Part of Luxembourg

The Grund is a charming part of Luxembourg City. According to census, there are less than 800 people living here and only 33% are Luxembourgers. The only thing I know before I came here was that Luxembourg is a haven for the ultra rich. So, maybe, some of them live here? 😀 Where to See […]

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Ducal Family Crypt Inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg.

Inside the Notre Dame Cathedral of Luxembourg

When you’re in Europe, you’ll find that there are many cathedrals named as Notre Dame. The photos below are what you inside the Notre Dame Cathedral in Luxembourg. There’s nothing special here, compared to other cathedrals and basilicas across the continent. Its architecture can be described as late Gothic and some features of Baroque. What […]

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The Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg Has Got an Impressive Facade

The Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg Has Got an Impressive Facade

The Grand Ducal Palace in Luxembourg Has Got an impressive facade. Yes, I was impressed. I wasn’t even planning or looking for this place but when I passed it on my way to the museum, I had to sit down on an empty cafe across the street and admire it from my outdoor table. I […]

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Chemin de la Corniche Promenade in Luxembourg is Europe's Most Beautiful Balcony

Chemin de la Corniche Promenade in Luxembourg is Europe’s Most Beautiful Balcony

Chemin de la Corniche Promenade in Luxembourg is Europe’s Most Beautiful Balcony. Perhaps, it’s the world’s longest balcony, too! I walked the entire promenade that snakes through the top of ancient, historical forts. Chemin de la Corniche. The promenade runs on top of the old ramparts built by the French and the Spaniards. Take your […]

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The Voormalige Hanze kwartier Windmills in Bruges (Belgium).

The Voormalige Hanze kwartier Windmills in Bruges

The way to find the Voormalige Hanze Kwartier Windmills in Bruges was a quiet walk from the city centre. I passed through old cobble stoned pathways, passing through the old medieval quarter of Bruges. Surprisingly, the streets were away from the tourists who  won’t explore further beyond ancient sites. Following my google map directions, it was […]

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