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It is one among the most popular tourist destination of all over the Europe. There is something special in the night life that has turned the popularity of this place up so many rungs. Buildings, bridges and the lakes are something that adds sparkle to the canal crossing city. The place therefore has intriguing history and enticing present lifestyle combined together and make it a must visit place.
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The canal with trees lining its sides and the windmills that exists in the city of Leiden makes it a treat to the visitor’s eyes. A ride in a boat along one of the canals makes the trip a memorable one. The botanical garden, the art and the science museums provide that perfect mix of serenity and activity that tourists like to enjoy during their well earned break.
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Once again canals are plenty in this city view along with beauty of nature. The town yet stands with the ancient looks where as the city has adapted with most modern technologies that offer widely. The residences near the canals are awesome to live in a lively nature of mood. It is away from the crowded streets of Amsterdam.
4. The Hague
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There is no one in the world who has not heard about Hague and its importance in the sphere of art. The Gemeentemuseum Den Haag and the Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis are the two most famous places to visit. Hague is also the seat of administration of all of Netherland and some world bodies have their head offices in this city.
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Located in the southern part of Holland, this city has some very old church and cathedral structures yet standing in all their galore. There are also some important festivals that take place here which give an insight into the culture of people of Holland.