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September 5, 2019
(Close to Anne Frank House) The Homomonument is a memorial in the centre of Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands. It commemorates all gay men and lesbians who have been subjected to persecution because of their homosexuality. Opened on September 5, 1987, it takes the form of three large pink…
February 23, 2018
contemplate, commemorate, celebrate!
August 19, 2017
The Homomonument is located on the bank of the Keizersgracht canal near Westerkerk church.As the name might suggest, the Homomonument, located in the center of Amsterdam, pays homage to the struggles of gay men and women fighting for equity and freedom. The memorial, which includes three large pink…
June 7, 2016
The gay rights monument
March 2, 2016
One of the few monuments dedicated to homosexuals who have died and / or been persecuted for their sexuality.

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“Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) With its classical sandstone façade looming over Amsterdam’s central Dam Square, the 17th-century Royal Palace (Koninklijk Paleis) has been a firm favorite on tourist itineraries since becoming state property back in 1936. Designed by Jacob van Campen, the impressive Romanesque construction is fashioned around over 13,500 woolen piles sunk into the ground and is best known for its iconic rooftop statue of Greek titan Atlas, straining beneath the weight of the world on his back. First built as a city hall, the building was transformed into a Royal Palace back in 1808, under reign of Louis I, King of Holland and is still used frequently for state visits.”
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“Westerkerk is a 5- to 10-minute walk west from Dam Square, and Carillon recitals take place on Fridays, generally at 1pm. Entry to the church tower is by guided tour only (April to October), which run every 30 minutes every day but Sunday. The viewing platform can only be reached by fairly steep stairs, and children must be 6 or older to enter. Tickets cost €7.50 per person.Built on the banks of Prinsengracht Canal in the 17th century, Amsterdam’s Westerkerk is famous for three things: sky-high views of Amsterdam from the top of its spire, Rembrandt's grave, and Anne Frank's ties to the church. Designed by star architect Hendrick de Keyser in the Dutch Renaissance style.”
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“Due to its central location on Muntplein, Munttoren is easily accessible on foot or by public transit, including trams (1, 2, 4, 5, 9, 14, 16, 24) and buses (363). The tower is not open to the public for visits but can be enjoyed from many different viewpoints along the surrounding canalshe Munttoren, which means “Mint” or “Coin” tower in Dutch, is located on busy Muntplein Square in Amsterdam, precisely where the Amstel River and the Singel Canal meet and formed Regulierspoort. Built in 1487 as part as one of the main gates in Amsterdam's medieval city wall, Munttoren was mainly used to mint coins until it burned down in 1618. It was later on rebuilt in the Amsterdam Renaissance style.”
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“The North Sea Jazz Club is a thriving outlet for the city's vibrant jazz scene where you can enjoy jazz, funk, soul and world music by top-of-the-bill acts, established names and up-and-coming talent in an intimate jazz club setting. Thursday evenings are reserved for free jam sessions at the neighbouring trattoria Pizza Pazzani. On Fridays, the weekend is kick-started at the club’s Friday Night Out with drinks, dinner and live music. And on Saturdays, it’s time for Late Night Live: a free-of-charge late-night programme beginning at 23:30 and presenting the grooviest talents in town. Sundays regularly feature lunch and dinner concerts.”
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