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Cobra Museum of modern art

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">Cobra museum is located at Amstelveen, Amsterdam. It is a museum of Modern Art painters. It contains a permanent collection of works by Dutch contemporary artists especially the works of the members of the Cobra movement. The permanent collection includes works by Karel Appel, Constant, Corneille and Jan Sierhuis. The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions of international avant-garde artists.</div>

Diemerpark

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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The Diemerpark is the largest urban park in Amsterdam with a floor area of approximately 90 hectares, which is about twice as large as the famous Vondelpark in Amsterdam city center. The Diemerpark lying between IJburg and the Amsterdam-Rhine Canal was opened in 2004 and offers numerous recreational opportunities for visitors...

Olympic Experience Amsterdam

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">The Olympic Stadium&nbsp;was built as the main stadium for the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam. The first event at the stadium was the start of the 1928 Olympic hockey tournament on 17 May 1928. The venue is currently used mostly for football, athletics and music events. Rewarded several times for its extraordinary architecture, the Olympic Stadium still remains as an important icon in Amsterdam.</div>

Museum of Spectacles Amsterdam

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">Who would ever thought that such an ordinary and everyday object like a pair of glasses has such an interesting and long history and such a variety of shapes and sizes that it can actually fill up the museum exhibition space that will for sure hold your attention until you see the very last exhibit. It took a lot of effort, persistence and dedication to establish such a museum. Ever since the early 19th</div>