A report on Amsterdam-Oost, Amsterdam Amstel station and Amsterdam
Amsterdam-Oost is a borough of Amsterdam, Netherlands, established in May 2010 after a merger of the former boroughs of Zeeburg and Oost-Watergraafsmeer.- Amsterdam-Oost
Amsterdam Amstel (abbreviation: Asa) is a railway station in Amsterdam, Netherlands.- Amsterdam Amstel station
It is located to the southeast of Amsterdam Centraal in the borough of Amsterdam-Oost, near the Amstel river.- Amsterdam Amstel station
In addition, the former Weesperpoortstation (1843) was closed on October 15, 1939, to be replaced by the Amsterdam Amstel railway station.- Amsterdam-Oost
Other parks include the Sarphatipark in the De Pijp neighbourhood, the Oosterpark in the Oost borough and the Westerpark in the Westerpark neighbourhood.- Amsterdam
around the Amstel railway station in the Amsterdam-Oost district to the east of the historical city. Amsterdam's tallest building, the Rembrandt Tower, is located here. As are the headquarters of Philips, the Dutch multinational conglomerate. Amsterdam has been a leading city to reduce the use of raw materials and has created a plan to become a circular city by 2050.- Amsterdam
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The Amsterdam Tram (Amsterdamse tram[ˌɑmstəɹˈdɑmsə tɾɛm]) is a tram network in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Tram lines 5 and 25 extend south of the borough of Amsterdam-Zuid to serve the municipality of Amstelveen, and tram line 19 extends east of the borough of Amsterdam-Oost to serve the municipality of Diemen.
However, as part of the Eastern Railway Works (Spoorwegwerken Oost) in 1939–1942, trams came to the new neighborhoods in Amsterdam-Oost, to serve the Watergraafsmeer, the new Amstel station and the rebuilt Muiderpoort station.