It is a lovely monument and a great place to set as a meeting point as it's easy to find. It's very crowded but a very nice monument. Expect people in your photo.
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I'm disappointed that better care has not been taken of this monument, it's filthy and seems to be more of a meeting place than a respectful memorial. Shame really. It's in Dam Square so you'll tick off 2 boxes on your tourist hot spot list,...More
The National Monument is nicely situated for a pop-in visit when touring Royal Palace Amsterdam or just taking in the vibe of the city's main square, the Dam. Every May 4, the monument becomes Ground Zero for the country's remembrance of war dead, particularly those...More
Located on the dam square, the monument is a memorial to World War II. It was constructed in 1956 and consists of a white stone pillar on a base of concentric stone steps. A semi-circular wall surrounds the back of the monument and four chained...More
The National Monument was located at the heart of Dam Square for memories of WWII history. Currently it was the assembly point for local tours where the guides would briefly tell visitors on the background of this monument. The place was normally very crowded during...More