The scenery you envisage when you hear ‘Amsterdam’ is now coming to life in Kıyı İstanbul Çarşı.
One more treasured than the other, the city’s structures were built on the ‘Amsterdam Street’ in Kıyı İstanbul with inspiration from their originals. Having been utilized as a post office back in the time and now serving as a shopping center, Magna Plaza is in its place with its Neo Gothic-Neo Renaissance architecture. Amsterdam Royal Palace is located in Kıyı İstanbul with all its glory. Another structure in the street is the self-titled museum of Rembrandt, a renowned artist of the period, denominated to be ‘The Master of Light.’ Stadsschouwburg building, a true representation of art, is another monument that will take you to Amsterdam through its appearance. Having been the background to the photographs of almost all that chanced on Amsterdam, Huis Bartolotti Museum is also remembered. Experiencing the spirit of Amsterdam, you will lose track of time in the street.
This house is where Famous Dutch artist Rembrandt van Rijin lived between 1639-1660. The Dutch government resolved on the transformation of his house into a museum in 1906. Rembrandt Museum was opened to visit following 3 years of work.
Bartolotti, one of the biggest merchant houses in the city, was built in 1620. One of the most prominent exemplars of Renaissance architecture, the museum stands out with its unique view. The museum attracts millions of tourists every year.
Used for many years as National Ballet and Opera building, Strasschouwburg stands out with its Neo-Renaissance architecture. Casting light on the cultural riches of the country, the building deserves a close-up look.
Opened in the late 19th Century and used as a post office, Magna Plaza is one of the biggest shopping centers in the city today. Built with Neo Gothic-Neo Renaissance fashion, the building is Holland’s one of the most popular structures.