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The Rembrandtsquare is a square in the centre of Amsterdam and is named to the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn. This square used to be a butter market but is developed into a centre for nightlife. The square is surrounded with bars, cafes and discos.

At the square there are many restaurants, fastfood restaurants, coffeeshops, Tuchinski.

At walking distance from the square: Flower market, Rembrandthouse, Bag Museum, Flu markt Waterlooplein, Albert Cuijp market, Dam Square, Leidsesquare, Kalverstraat

Rembrandplein (Rembrandt Square)