Netherlands Stock Exchange Square

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Gert Lucas

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Beursplein is a square in Amsterdam, Netherlands, located in the city center. It is known for being the location of the Amsterdam Stock Exchange (Beurs van Berlage) building, which was built in 1903 and is considered an example of the Dutch version of the Art Nouveau style. The building was used as a stock exchange until the 1980s and has since been repurposed as a venue for concerts, conferences, and other events.

Beursplein is also a busy hub for transportation, with several tram and bus lines stopping at the square, as well as the metro station Beurs and the train station Amsterdam Centraal. It's surrounded by many restaurants and cafes, making it a popular spot for people to gather and socialize. Additionally, Beursplein is a popular spot for tourists, as it's located in the heart of the city and is close to many popular attractions such as the Dam Square and the Royal Palace.

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