It's a busy square, a gathering place for street artists, especially on a sunny afternoon. A cup of coffee, an ice cream, lazy in a corner or a bench, eavesdropping on the travel experience of tourists everywhere, then silently joining in their conversation or watching street performers or feeling the romance in Daisy, let the artist give you a portrait (although the filming place is not here) maybe you can also be lucky to meet here occasionally. To a great artist~~
There is one station for the tram and two stops for the dam square. Rembrandt Square is the most important square in Amsterdam. Its name originated from Rembrandt, the greatest painter in Dutch history. He was one of the greatest painters in Europe in the 17th century. Strangely, there is a group of soldiers below, making people feel that the statue should be a general or something like that, unexpectedly, it is a painter.
I was lucky enough to come across a Christmas market in this square when I was here last. This square is generally quite busy during the day, and possibly even more so at night as it is a hub for nightlife. It is named after the famous Dutch painter, Rembrandt and one of his paintings is called the Night Watch. In the centre of this square you will see a large statue of him and 'the sculpture of the Night Watch'. There are a few benches here and it's the perfect place to take a break from exploring.
It's a big lively square where you can find a lot of possibilities to got out. There are bars, pubs and clubs in all directions.
In fact, the famous Chinese translation of this square is Rembrandt Square. Because the name comes from the Dutch painter Rembrandt (his former residence is nearby). Rembrandt was one of the greatest painters in Europe in the 17th century. According to Vicky, he ranked ninth among the "greatest Dutchman" (the former leading lady in Anne's former residence). The square is surrounded by statues of street performers, mainly restaurants, bars and Booking's headquarters. It is an important place for nightlife. Oh, it turned out to be a butter market.
Originally thought that the small square in front of Rembrandt's former residence was Rembrandt's Square, and then found that it was not. The area of the square is not small, but there are many visitors, a group of people crowded in front of the statue of Rembrandt. It is worth mentioning that the booking headquarters is in the rear, and it was only before the trip that we knew it was a Dutch company.