Amsterdam is known for quite a few things to us Americans, like bicycles... and this. However, the Dutch city features a lesser-known and overlooked attraction -- its canals. In fact, Amsterdam's canal district turns 400 this year, and to celebrate, the water is being sold and bottled as Amsterdam Canal Aqua.
For a cool €50 ($68.98 US), you can own an historic piece of Amsterdam taken from some of the city's famous canals -- the Singel, Prinsengracht, Herengracht and Keizersgracht. Each bottle of water also has the waterway's background story on its label.
Amsterdam Canal Aqua is definitely a unique souvenir, but tourists be warned: it's probably in your best interest that you don't drink the stuff.