We've been to this museum a few times but go back whenever we come back to Amsterdam. It's a bit like a the Museum of Natural History in NYC--human history past and present but much smaller and very focused. They always have changing exhibits and this time we enjoyed a photo exhibit from the coronation of Haile Selassie of Ethiopia in 1930. Apparently some Dutch adventurers were there and were part of the Dutch delegation and got a good record of everything that was going on. There were still photos and even a movie. The whole museum has exhibits with English descriptions, as well as head sets available in English. There is a lovely cafe for a bite to eat.
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