Directly opposite Voetboogstraat is the Rasphuis Gate, which led to a correctional institute in medieval times. The pedestal bears the...
The Heiligeweg (Holy Way) was once part of a route that pilgrims took to the spot where the Miracle of Amsterdam occurred. Halfway...
Since 1860 this famous flower market has been located at the spot where nurserymen and women, having sailed up the Amstel from their...
Little Coffeeshop Free has been sporting its lazy tiki-bar vibe in the Rembrandtplein area for decades. The South Seas mural inspires a...
Behind a demure black facade Rose's vivid lime-green-painted interior and courtyard are vibrant settings to tuck into fiesty Mexican...
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The Munttoren is another prominent tower. When the French occupied the country in the 1670s, the national mint was transferred here from Dordrecht for safekeeping. The French got the money anyway when they later took Amsterdam.