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Here are some photos from what is opposite tourist attractions, famous buildings and landmarks in Amsterdam. So photos that I took with my back to the sights:

The Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House

The third house from the left is the house where Anne Frank lived. The fourth house and the building belong to the museum.





Opposite the Anne Frank House: the Prinsengracht and the Bloemgracht





The Beurs van Berlage (the former Exchange building)

Beurs van Berlage

At the left the Old Church tower, at the end of the street Madame Tussaud on the Dam square





opposite the Beurs van Berlage

Opposite the Beurs van Berlage (northeast direction): the backside of houses that are situated on the Warmoesstraat and the Damrak. At the left the Central Station.





Windmill and statue of Rembrandt along the Amstel river, just outside the city

Rembrandt sketched here. The windmill is moved to this place from the western part of Amsterdam





Opposite the statue the Amstel river, a few miles south of the city





The former residence of Anne Frank on the Merwedeplein

The Frank family lived here (at the right, third floor) from December 1933 to July 1942. In the background the first "skyscraper" of Amsterdam (1929-1931).





Opposite the residence: a part of the Waalstraat and the Merwedeplein. The neighbourhood is build by the famous architect Berlage.





The Royal Palace on the Dam

The former city hall





In the background the National Memorial Statue, raised in honor of the Dutch victims in the World War II





The Beguinage (Begijnhof)

The court was founded in the 14th century.





At the left the English Church





The Central Station









The Flower Market









The Westerkerk

The most famous church and tower of Amsterdam, situated between the canals the Keizersgracht and the Prinsengracht, next to the Anne Frank House





Opposite the church: the Keizersgracht. In front a part of the first European gay monument.




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