Antiekcentrum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
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  • From the street, it seems that it's a small shop, and when enter inside, then you start to get lost in space. Many shops all over the glass. The seller is not always on site, so you need to call in the call.
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  • Here you can have some hours before pulling out. Creep-by-sneak-by, hits you just lost your orientation and then to see a landmark. Wonderful stroll by antique objects, medals to paintings and everything in between. Sure know something special for between.
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  • We had a planned weekend at our Amsterdam also a visit to the antique center and there's definitely plenty to discover. It's a kind of infinitely many square meters indoor flea market. The advantage is that the market is itself covered, it had rained during our visit. Many individual surfaces of different sellers who present their (more or less) antique goods of the client and offer are the Centre itself. While not really notice, that there are different distributors, but the sales area looks really like a huge common area. By many traders, the range of goods is really infinitely versatile: from old dishes over toys, paraphernalia, paintings, furniture, weapons, Roman artefacts to valuable jewellery everything is represented. I think everyone can find here something what appeals to him personally, and also in everyone's price range, what is available. Positively, I found that most of the things in glass cases were stored. So it was not the typical "flea market"-smell. There is so much that you can not see everything and take advantage. I can only recommend the market we have found also special treasures and thus home took much special souvenir than that which can be purchased en masse in the city centre. There is also a cafe in the Center, to do this, however I can say nothing, because we have not visited it.
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