The cult inscription I Amsterdam was dismantled in the capital of the Netherlands, according to the news portal Interfax. It took the workers only 30 minutes to dismantle the art object. The idea of eliminating letters known to the whole world belongs to the public organization GroenLinks, which, together with several other parties, lobbied for its proposal in court. According to them, the inscription attracted an additional tourist flow to the city, which is no longer necessary. It is worth noting, I Amsterdam was established in 2004, when the Netherlands experienced a decline in export tourism. The inscription very quickly gained fame and really served as a beacon for travelers. Millions of tourists were photographed with her.