The Royal Palace of Amsterdam is one of the four royal palaces in the Netherlands. It was originally a town hall and court. As the political and economic center of the city, it is also an important part of the square and the artist's favorite theme. The highlights here are its architecture and the magnificent decoration in the palace. All places in the citizen's hall are covered with marble. The more eye-catching is the impressive map of the giant hemispheres drawn on the marble floor.
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