The pristine white shape of Amsterdam’s film museum hovers over the north bank of the River IJ like a mantis. Built in 2012 by Austrian firm Delugan Meissl Associated Architects, the EYE was the first major public building to be constructed north of the river. Its gleaming complex houses four movie theaters, exhibitions, a store, and a restaurant with a sought-after terrace with views back to Centraal Station. An admission fee gets you access to the temporary exhibitions as well as the 360-degree Panorama film display in the basement.