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SingelNearby City

4.6/518 Reviews
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"River"
Open 24 hours (Local time)
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"The Singel Canal, also known as the Singel Canal, is one of several canals in Amsterdam, originally a moat. The Singer Canal originated in 1492 and was the moat of Amsterdam before 1585; it became a canal after the expansion of the city of Amsterdam. In addition to the Singer Canal, the canals of Amsterdam that are usually referred to are mainly composed of three: Herengracht, Princes Canal, and Emperor Canal. These three canals form a concentric belt surrounding the city, called the canal belt. Strictly speaking, the Singh Canal is a canal outside the canal belt. However, when tourists arrive in Amsterdam, from the airport to the central railway station, perhaps the first thing they see is the Singel Canal. The Singh Canal starts at IJ Bay, near Amsterdam Central Station, and ends at the Mint Square, where it meets the Amstel River. I once said that I saw crabs in the river. I once said:...Crabs crawl around the river instinctively, vomiting everything, even pollution does not matter. When black is enveloped, certain beings try to climb over the dam and climb to the sea. These beings can climb and swim, which is lucky. But unfortunately, the dam is too strong, not many lives can be immersed in freedom, and even the blue ocean has not been seen for a lifetime. Outside the dike, I hope the river crabs will be in harmony. And when the crabs are rampant, Yu He had better stay away. Keeping your distance, looking far away, is beautiful."
Het IJ

Het IJNearby City

4.3/54 Reviews
"Lake"
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"IJ Bay in Amsterdam, also known as Ai Bay. Aiwan is located in the north of Amsterdam. IJ comes from Old Dutch, meaning "water". Aiwan is a bay located at the southern end of the Zuide Sea. ☆Relevant historical materials: Zuiderzee (Zuiderzee), a bay in the northwest of the Netherlands, where the original seawater merged with lakes and marshes and connected to the North Sea. Later, due to the dam built in 1932, the Zuiderzee was separated into the saltwater Wadden Sea and the freshwater Ai Two in the Sor Lake. ☆Relevant places and attractions: *NDSM, NDSM-Plein 28, 1033 WB Amsterdam. *IJtunnel, connecting Amsterdam city center and Amsterdam-Nord. *IJmeer, a lake that straddles the provinces of North Holland and Flevoland. *Haven Amsterdam, located in IJ Bay. ☆Tips: For most tourists, this is a niche attraction. Visitors can take the ferry that locals take from the back of the central station, that is, across the sea. ☆Impression: Taking the ferry has its own advantages at night and during the day. At night when the lights are dim and people are sparse, I feel the sense of wild crossing. Tang Wei Yingwu's "Chuzhou Xijian" says: The spring tide brings rain late and rushes, and the unmanned boat on the wild ferry is arrogant. To Walking with the locals during the day, in a trance, I remembered the scene of a ferry on the Pujiang River as a teenager. The wind on the water seems to be wet, and it smells of youth and time. If you stand by the water in the north and look at the almost desolate trestle bridge, old boats, and gull birds, you can't help but look at the ancients alone in the rain. Tang Lixun's "Nanxiangzi·Smoke Desert" says: The smoky desert, the rain is desolate, and the shore flowers are scattered with partridges. Far away passenger boats ferry in the wild, homesickness, the level of ebb and spring dusk."
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