We got to see this whilst taking a canal cruise but you can walk to it. It's has a good story about it if you take a tour boat.
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This Tower has quite a history, first a main gate of Amsterdam in 1480 then a guard house in 1618 when a severe fire occurred, then rebuilt and used to mint coins in 1700. It does stand out when you're in the area and there...More
This is a very busy intersection, but traffic lights make it safe to navigate. The tower is impressive upon approach, looks well maintained, and is art of the scenic appeal of walking around Amsterdam
The Munt Tower stood out to be the landmark in Amstel canal areas. It was a traditional guard tower in the past. Currently it was just a landmark in the flower market and easy for identification by the tourists to search for directions.
it is an old tower near the flower market... meant to watch ships during the old time. if you are around then check it out..
Mint Tower (Munttoren) is a historic structure in central Amsterdam, situated at Muntplein, where the Singel Canal pours into the Amstel River. This was originally a gate that formed part of the city. It was built in 1480. Unfortunately, the the gate was badly damaged...More