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Post Options Post Options   Quote Jozioau Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 June 2020 at 12:48
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Amsterdam in lockdown looks so eerie. Your photos are an important document of our times.
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Amsterdam confinement Shots

#1 Dam Square


#2 Amsterdam Red-light district
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#3 Amsterdam Canal (red-light district)


#4 Amsterdam Leidseplein


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More Amsterdam with an older but still decent camera


Schottenburch, the oldest existing warehouse in Amsterdam, located on the Kromboomssloot.

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From wikipedia: Schottenburch is said to be the oldest existing warehouse in Amsterdam. It is certainly one of the oldest warehouses in the city. Schottenburch has a gable stone with the date 1636, but the building can already be seen on the city map of Amsterdam from 1595 made by Pieter Bast. It is a double warehouse with spout facades and shutters at Kromboomssloot 18-20. Pakhuis de Schottenburch was an artists' initiative from 1979 to 1988. Exhibitions, performances, theater, art events (including "Closer to the Images" and "Art or Pornography?") and music performances were organized by visual artist Wim Vonk, who organized the Schottenburch artists' initiative.

Schottenburch now houses residences, a gallery and a wine trader.

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And one taken with a decent camera


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An Amsterdam summer view

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Sint Anthoniesluis


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Tourist makes a selfie at one of Amsterdam's many canals



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An important bridge crossing the Amstel river, that gave Amsterdam its name.



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Post Options Post Options   Quote pegelli Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 July 2018 at 07:49
South of the city center is an area is called "Oud Zuid" (Old South) in which the Apollobuurt is a more plush/rich area (judging by some houses and the cars parked in front). But I like the architecture there. Here's two examples:

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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Domien,
That's a very attractive (to my architect's eye) infill building, respecting the rhythm and scale of the streetscape, yet presenting itself as a thoroughly modern 21st century building. TFS.


Thx. Fully agree with hou
The view we have now is a combination in what was build in 17th 18th and 19th century. Why not add a fitting building from this century.
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Domien,
That's a very attractive (to my architect's eye) infill building, respecting the rhythm and scale of the streetscape, yet presenting itself as a thoroughly modern 21st century building. TFS.
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A modern touch on Amsterdam canal houses


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Taken just the other week on a very cold might on the Amstel. A77II with CZ 16-80


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