From this side you can enter the pedestrianised Kalverstraat, Amsterdam's main shopping street which houses many chains.On the north-western side of Dam there is 't Nieuwe Cafe and an ice cream shop with outdoor seating, a branch of H&M clothes store and an ABN AMRO bank with ATM machines.On a sunny day the cafe terraces on the northern flanks fill up with coffee and beer drinkers.

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Dam Square in the heart of Amsterdam is the city's most important square.

It is located not far from Amsterdam central station, a 5-10 minute walk down Damrak.

Walking out of the square between the palace and church you will reach the beautiful Magna Plaza, completed in 1899 and formerly Amsterdam's main post office.

It is now a small high-end shopping mall focussed mainly on fashion, jewellery and gifts.

Let's take a brief tour of the Dam illustrated by our map...

Originally a 13th century dam on the river Amstel, Dam was used as a fish market where ships could dock and unload goods.

Every year on May 4th there is a memorial ceremony held in the square.