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Koninklijk Paleis (Royal Palace)
Dam Square, Amsterdam
The Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) is located on Dam Square in the very heart of Amsterdam. Designed by architect Jacob van Campen, it was built between 1648 and 1665 to serve as a town hall.
It was not until 1808 that the building was converted for use as a palace for Louis Napoleon (the brother of Napoleon Bonaparte) who was then King Louis I of Holland. In 1813, Prince William of Orange returned the palace to Amsterdam but he soon saw the importance of having a place to stay in the capital, and the palace was again made available to the new King. Today, the Royal Palace is used during state visits, for the New Year receptions given by the Queen, and for other official receptions. At other times, the building is open to the public. This special edition is not available on board.