Amsterdam is full of canals everywhere. At present, I don't know which canal I went to. I just want to walk as much as possible in a limited time to the city with the river. Especially at sunset, it's comfortable to breathe the fresh taste of the river. Visiting the canals, many people will choose the way of cruise boats to enjoy the beautiful scenery along the river, but we chose to go on foot instead of looking for it. On the way from the Central Station to the Museum Square, we will surely pass through these canals. We can stop to take pictures and see where we are interested while walking, which is very beautiful.
Knowing that Amsterdam is a water ghost from Amsterdam, it is a very young memory, almost blank. It wasn't until junior high school that I had a slight impression of it. The city is the capital of the Netherlands, across the sea from Britain. In the seventeenth century, the Netherlands was the economic center of the whole world, the richest region and the first power at sea. The Dutch made their fortune by herring and by sea trade. Today, the Dutch still retain many traditional buildings, and continue to use the traditional architectural style, in this continuous open land reclaimed by the sea to build homes. So far, one third of the land is below sea level, and they use a series of complex and scientific water facilities to block the daily tides... The city of Amsterdam is interwoven with many canals, the canal side is where people live, the ancient houses, in the white edge mosaic is still clear...
The Amsterdam Canal, which links more than 100 islands, is a 75-kilometer-long canal network of more than 160 canals and 1281 bridges. Amsterdam's central railway station is the center of the city. It is laid out through the Herengracht, Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht and the outermost Singel canal. Its main attractions are concentrated in the canal belt with a radius of about 1.5 kilometers.
This canal is particularly famous in Amsterdam, where the water flow is very clear.
There are many canals here. Oh, the natural environment is very good.
The name is really cute!! Hahaha of the Emperor's Canal
He's part of Amsterdam's entire water system, and he can pass by on a cruise ship.