Category Archives: Curiosities

Tassenmuseum gesloten. Jammer!

Op 13 maart jongstleden is het Tassenmuseum gesloten als gevolg van de coronacrisis. Het besluit is genomen het museum niet te heropenen. Lees meer…

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Giethoorn | Guided Boat Tour

See all of Giethoorn in one day, enjoy the canals by boat and take a walk through the village. See al the presence, and discover all about the past. /p>

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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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Back to the past

Foto uit 1931 in het Amstel Hotel  

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10 things you may like to know about the Dutch

“Lekker” (nice or tasty) and “gezellig” (cozy) are often used in the Dutch language! People often make an effort to make it “gezellig”and make sure that everything they make is “lekker”. ! “Drop” (liquorice) is probaly the most popular sweet! … Continue reading

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The imposing Muiderslot gives you a taste of real Dutch history. It is part of the Defence Line of Amsterdam and included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Its location at the former Zuiderzee, in the water-rich environments of the river Vecht … Continue reading

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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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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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Mr. John Adams (2nd. american president) lived on Keizersgracht 529 in Amsterdam. He lived there during a period of 1781-1782. For more information on this house, please click on the following link.

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