dinsdag 5 november 2019

Amsterdam view

The Oudeschans with the Montelbaans tower in the background. In front the Sint Antonie Lock dating from 1602, it allows for the changing of the water in the canals of Amsterdam.

The former lockkeeper house dating from 1695 is now a restaurant.
Linking to "Our World Tuesday"

16 opmerkingen:

  1. Hundreds of years old and everything is still looking good... amazing!

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  2. You have such a long history compared to white Australia Marianne, love seeing these scenes ✨

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  3. I was thinking the same as Grace only about America. You have such a long history.

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  4. Mooi dat het huisje is blijven staan en weer een nieuwe bestemming heeft gekregen.

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  5. What a beautiful view, nice clear sky and lots of history. Very nice indeed!

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  6. Lovely views of the canal and a reminder of their long history.

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  7. So pretty! I will be passing through Amsterdam airport next month, but then in March I will be visiting there with my daughter before we embark on a cruise.

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  8. Lots of engineering in your canal system.

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  9. Does the restaurant serve "lox"? Oooohhhh, I'm sorry.

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  10. Great they put a restaurant in that beautiful building. Amsterdam is a great city

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