The Amsterdam Museum has made a replica of Cafe 't Mandje, a bar in Amsterdam located at the Zeedijk. It is considered to be the first gay bar in the Netherlands and one of the first in the world. It was opened in 1927 by Bet van Beeren, herself a lesbian. After WWII the cafe became famous by its reputation and Bet became an icone of the gay-scene, she was called the Queen of the Zeedijk.
In 1967 Bet van Beeren died and her body lay in state on the billiard table in the cafe. Her sister continued the business but had to close it in 1983 because of the disruption of the heroine trade in the street. The Museum made the replica with some original furniture. The paperwork on the walls is not original but housed in the archives. But this is a good replica of how it looked like. The portrait is not Bet but probably a gift from an artist.