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De Duif, Amsterdam

Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
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Along De Duif, one of the city's main canals, you can view several monuments, historic architecture, and one of the city's popular quarters. This canal is the longest of the central canals that help to shape the city, which include Herengracht, Keizersgracht, and Singel. Named after the Prince of Orange, this body of water is noted for the canal houses built alongside it during the Dutch Golden Age. Walk beside the water's edge and enjoy the cultural offerings of the Jordaan neighborhood. You can stop by several tourist sites along the way, such as the Northern Church, Northern Market, Anne Frank House, Western Church, and Homomonument. Plan to see De Duif and other attractions that appeal to you using our Amsterdam trip itinerary planner.
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  • This is one of the nicest churches in the city centre. Walking along the Prinsengracht we always have a look if De Duif is open, because the architecture is beautiful. 
  • I think in the canals of Amsterdam during the comparatively larger Canal. It is walked along the Canal to go sightseeing in the Anne Frank House and the Westerkerk was staying at the hotel so memorable places.
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  • Nice channel, is ideal to take advantage of navigating it when you have time, wonderful tour, admire and fantasizing with Dutch architecture, definitely a good choice.
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  • Lekker laagdrempelig, zeer geschikt voor amateurmuziek en niet heel verschrikkelijk qua akoestiek.
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