Dam Square placed in the center of Amsterdam, about 750 meters south of Centraal Station. It is strong rectangular in shape, stretching about 600 ft from west to east and about 300 ft from north to south.
On the west end of the Dam Square is the classical Royal Palace, which served as the city hall from 1655 until its conversion to a royal residence in 1808. Beside it are the 15th-century Gothic Nieuwe Kerk (New Church) and the Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. The National Monument, a white stone pillar designed by J.J.P. Oud and erected in 1956 to memorialize the victims of World War II, dominates the opposite side of the square.
Some tram lines traverse the Dam Square and have stops there. Several times a year, such as on Queens Day or near Christmas, there is a big funfair on Dam Square. You can find more 3d photos of Amsteredam’s Dam Square on the Cityphoto3D site. There are collected very beautiful 3d photos from some popular cities.