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7 JULI ELANDSGRACHT ALS ANTIEKMARKT

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De Haar Castle

De Haar Castle is the largest castle of Holland and is located just outside Utrecht and a half an hour drive from Amsterdam. De Haar has everything you expect from a castle; towers, turrets, moats, gates and suspension bridges. The … Continue reading

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JAZZ AT THE PLANTAGE

JAZZ AT THE PLANTAGE – SUMMER 2019 Jazz at the Plantage is back! This summer marks the 4th edition of this summer jazz festival. Visitors are invited to enjoy a series of jazz concerts in the atmospheric inner courtyard of … Continue reading

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REMBRANDT ART MARKET

De Rembrandt Art Market is de opvolger van de Modern Art Market van de Stichting Kunstkring Thorbecke, die 27 jaar op het Thorbeckeplein en later op het Rembrandtplein wekelijks op iedere zondag een kunstmarkt organiseerde. De gezamelijke kunstenaars zijn nu … Continue reading

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REMBRANDT AAN DE AMSTEL

Amsterdam eert zijn grootste schilder, Rembrandt van Rijn, met wat zo voor de hand ligt: het Rembrandtpad en een beeld van de jonge schilder. Het Rembrandtpad is de lange, lange route vanaf het Rembrandthuis tot aan Ouderkerk aan de Amstel: … Continue reading

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KUNSTSCHILDER WERKT ALS KOK IN HET AMSTEL HOTEL

Everybody knows that in the Amstel Hotel our chefs have a very creative mind. Simon Borst is a chef who also manages to use his creativity in painting artworks. Please check his website!  

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ABOUT ART

Lotte Buit is an artist/portrait painter specialised in portrait painting from pictures. Her studio is located in a small village outside Haarlem called Spaarndam, known from the story of the boy who had to keep his finger in the dyke preventing it from … Continue reading

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