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Max Euwe Centrum

Max Euweplein 30a, 1017 MB Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 625 7017
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Max Euwe was world chess champion

Many eons ago, the former world champion visited Malaysia as president of the World Chess... read more

Reviewed 30 May 2017
Kuala Lumpur
A small square for Chess lovers

A small square for Chess lovers nearby HardRock Restaurant. Very interesting spot to relax while... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
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  • Poor2%
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Max Euweplein 30a, 1017 MB Amsterdam, The Netherlands
+31 20 625 7017
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Reviewed 30 May 2017

Many eons ago, the former world champion visited Malaysia as president of the World Chess Federation. I was blessed to play in a 25 board simul held in St. John's Institution. Dr Euwe convinced our Minister of Education to introduce chess to our schools. So...More

Thank Archangel3
Reviewed 30 September 2016

A small square for Chess lovers nearby HardRock Restaurant. Very interesting spot to relax while watching people playing chess. Surrounded by plenty of cafe's and restaurants and some shops. Interesting spot.

1  Thank Ragu88
Reviewed 31 August 2016

Interesting cozy small square among several buildings makes you feel safe and warm, you will definitely find a nice cafe or food joint around it to sit and relax and have something. make sure to pay a visit there, you will also find the big...More

1  Thank Sebo A
Reviewed 11 November 2015

We like a niche museum and were delighted to see that Amsterdam has so many. M, being a former member of his school chess team, was keen to visit the Chess Museum. Well, Max Euweplein was easy enough to find, but we did 2.5 circuits...More

1  Thank EH-in-York
Reviewed 6 December 2014

This square was built on the ground of formerly city jail that was (in WW II) used by the Nazi for politic prisoner. For many people this was the first place to begin the journey to the concentration camp. It is now a place to...More

Thank Solodam J
Reviewed 18 March 2014

İf you like Chess or you are slightly interested in the game, then i strongly recommend you to visit the Max Euwe Centrum located conveniently on Max Euwe Plein. 3 minute walk to the famous "İ Am Amsterdam" sign ! we did our visit after...More

Thank Beaugosse33
Reviewed 5 January 2014

This small plein has many attractions. We have watched the chess players from within Wagamama and also eaten at the Hard Rock Cafe and B & B and had beers at the Irish Pub. Last visit we toured the Max Euwe museum and learned far...More

Thank KLsWanderlust
Reviewed 24 August 2013

Hard Rock Cafe and Wagamana's to name but two. Nice change from the frantic bicycle avoiding game in the centre.... a few shops and an Irish Bar as well.

Thank Dave_from_Scotland
Reviewed 21 July 2013

This is the museum of both chess and Max Euwe's career. Netherlands payed tribute to their only World Chess Champion. An exhibition, pictures, items from the world of chess, library with more than 10,000 chess books. Amaying how Dutchmen are stil thankful to Max Euwe....More

2  Thank Crnkovic
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