The Damrak is a large street and a water between Dam Square and Central Station. The Amstel River flowed here for a long time. After the Damrak was filled in in 1845, it became an important road, especially for trams. A part of the wet Damrak still exists and provides an iconic image of canal houses that rise from the water. From a historical point of view, it is certainly worth it to cross this street.
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