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De Waag, Amsterdam

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Architectural Building
Waag Society, institute for art, science & technology, develops creative technology for social innovation. The foundation researches, develops concepts, pilots and prototypes and acts as an intermediate between the arts, science and the media. Waag Society cooperates with cultural, public and private parties.

Waag Society is housed in two historic monuments in Amsterdam, de Waag and Huis de Pinto.
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  • Café/restaurant is located in a very beautiful market place and we enjoyed our lunch at Sunshine. The dishes are for the prices right, no haute cuisine but OK. Very nice staff
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  • The server brought bread, olive oil & balsamic vinegar with our wine. I ordered the sole and my partner had the duck. Both meals were excellent. The ambiance of De Waag is lovely with candle light thr...  more »
  • Weighing chamber is the oldest secular building, preserved in the Dutch capital. Serving for the passage in the defensive city wall gate of St. Anthony was built in 1488 year. Today the lower floors of the building are occupied by cafés and restaurants, and when here were the residence of several guilds-Smiths, painters, Masons and surgeons, and later the Amsterdam and the Jewish historical museums
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