Amsterdam City Archives, Amsterdam
(3.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • Pictures of one hundred years are fun to see how it was then in the city of vsn well-known artists such as oil Breitner and E for this exhibition, you will have to pay a small fee. o Yes also still beautiful picture about schiphol 100 years ago
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  • I was looking for information about my aunt and family that used to live in Holland and was expelled to Awshvitz Poland at 1943. I got very useful help from the staff that I couldn't get by the intern...  more »
  • We have been to this museum with I Amsterdam, eager to see the archive of the books of the city. There are few books, if not some shelf behind a glass case that glows upon request to preserve them better. The rest is a "generic" store: there are artifacts from different historical periods (from 1600 to the present day) grouped by topic (though often the topic no one understood what it was). Unfortunately most things (mostly photographs) had titles and captions only in Dutch, so we didn't understand what we were talking or what value they had objects. At the end of the exhibition are projected vintage footage from (the ones we saw) ' 20. One room in particular was inexplicably given to works of contemporary art of the city and city (upstairs, open to visitors without tickets). Also here all in Dutch, except that shortly before we went via the guardian made us have a small stack of A4 sheets with printed English translations of the titles of that room. Worth a visit if you're in a hurry and if you have the card, I don't know if I'd paid full price without.
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