However one fact that is worth mentioning here is that, nature, architecture and historical aesthetics are not the only tourist attractions that are found in Amsterdam (City of Amsterdam 2008).
One of the primary factors that makes Amsterdam an exciting tourist destination among young and hedonistic tourists is the legalized Red Light Districts in the city. Operating of sex shops and brothels is completely legitimate under the Country jurisdiction. Tens of hundreds of brothels and sex shops operate with a legal license and form a distinctive hallmark of the city’s tourist attractions. Thousands of prostitutes make money out of this profession and feed their bellies and support their families on a daily basis. Prostitution is taken like any other profession in Amsterdam and the prostitutes are not considered to be lower cast human beings to be looked down upon. The Red Light District is not only famous for the lusty and sensual appeals among the tourists; but it also entails the architecture including the old construction style buildings, large windows, the pink and red color combination of paint on the walls and lights. Red Light District forms a distinctive part of the city. It has glamour, charm, novelty and attraction. Even the people that dislike Red Like Districts will found themselves spell bound and mesmerized with the beauty of the place and admire the scenes if not be a part of them.
Legalizing prostitution is beneficial for women indeed but to some extent as here we need to consider not only the women that are employed under this profession, but the women in general. Indeed legalizing prostitution is a friendly move for women that are jobless or have to support their remorse-stricken families. But on the social and educational front this move could also prove to be a blunder. Prostitutes usually get good