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Restaurant is housed in beautiful old building in the centre of the square. Had a lovely atmosphere with huge candelabras with real candles. The menu was quite limited but the food was good and service was friendly. There is also an outdoor seating area.
This monument is dedicated to the Dutch Golden Age poet and playwright, Gerbrand Adriaensz Bredero and is just outside of Amsterdam's notorious Red Light District. Bredero's work often depicted the seedier side of Dutch society and he lived all his life in and around these streetsl. The statue is a tribute to Bredero's work, showing a couple embracing in a...
In this beautiful historic venue I attended wonderful coffee concert. They are regularly organized. Besides the wonderful music performer by students of the Amsterdam Conservatory there was also apple pie, coffee, croissants and juices. Prices were moderate. A real secret for locals albeit tourists appear to be very welcome too!
Leprozenpoort is a small entrance gate near to South Church. It has historical value as the mentally ill people had been kept inside the area in the 15th century for a long time. It was near to Rembrandt House.