Amsterdam is a pretty watery city. Probably the most watery in the world. That’s because Amsterdam is known for its canals. There are four main canals: Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht, Prinsengracht. They all date back from the 17thcentury. Almost 25 percent of Amsterdam is water. Since 2010 the inner city canals and some surrounding land are listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Fun fact: Amsterdam is the only city where the historic medieval city isn’t a museum, but a prostitution area.
Amsterdam consists of natural and manmade waterways. They play an important part with controlling the water, transportation and … Read more