Amsterdam - Bridge in Keizersgracht
Not much can be said about Amsterdam that no one already knows. It's probably one of those cities that people who are visiting Europe want to see to give life to the picture they have in mind. There are many of these scenes in Amsterdam; every winding road will lead you to a place like this: crooked buildings, houseboats, canals - all of which make up a postcard perfect scene.
Keizersgracht, named after Emperor Maximilian I, is the second and widest of the three major canals in Amsterdam. The 17th-century canal ring area, including Keizersgracht, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.