This is the most popular place for buskers and statues to appear. But this is also a location of a Royal Palace museum and another gallery which changes depending on what is in show that year. It usually changed quarterly.
The buskers vary, although we only saw a juggler, a guy that escaped from a straight jacket, a guy that threw a flame ball around his body, 4-person breakdancing group and a guy who can fit through a tennis racket.
The statues are usually the same: a woman who is covered in silver (she stands in one place until someone throws in a coin and then she poses for a couple of pictures), Amsterdam death (that's what I call him, a guy in a death mask with a cropper and an Amsterdam T-shirt on) and silver skull (as I call him, he is a man with a skull mask and clothing covered in silver, he sit there on a high chair but without a high chair).
My personal favourites are the break dancers and the bronze lady.
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