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This essay has 1155 words Urban problems in Amsterdam IntroductionAmsterdam a city of exquisite beauty and unimaginably rare cultural items artifacts Thats how we all know Amsterdam to be that is what one calls a stereotype Unfortunately the truth is far from this In fact there are quite a few extremely severe urban problems there The reason why I chose Amsterdam as the target city of my essay is my sincere interest in this city I have always been fascinated by the rich culture of Amsterdam But I could never have imagined that a city of this status could have so many problems This essay will describe the major problems and also give some slight advices and theories on how to improve the condition of this magnificent city EvidenceSince Amsterdam is such a big city the crime rates are quite high No wonder if you consider how much money is exchanged in the form of art and jewelry The largest diamond in the world has been cut there Rembrandts paintings have been sold painted there in other words it is a rogues heaven Not to mention that Amsterdam is one of Europes most important and largest port cities And one form of organized crime which goes with sailors all around the world is prostitution though prostitution is perfectly legal in Holland Probably due to this Amsterdam is very famous or infamous for its Red Light Districts Also drugs are a major problem there as some of the drug addicts might just die in the middle of the street due to over dosage in broad daylight even though Marijuana is the only legal drug in Netherlands Heres some statistics about the problems 80000 - 100000 unemployed 18000 illegal immigrants 3000 homeless 7000 drug addicts of which some 2000 live on the streets 8000 prostitutes of which 80 operate
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