The so called Red Light District of Amsterdam is in fact one of the oldest and most beautiful parts of the city. The combination of narrow cobbled streets, water canels and colorful windows make the atmosphere unique and fascinating.
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What goes one behind the windows with the red lights? At some points in Amsterdam you can get a glimpse of what happens behind those windows.
Amsterdam Canals, Holland.
Amsterdam is the most watery city in the world. Its canals and harbours fill a full quarter of her surface Its waterways have always been its essence and its source of wealth The 17th century Canal Belt was placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2011
A look at night to Sint-Nicolaasbasiliek in Amsterdam. At the end of Red light district
Nächtliches Amsterdam mit Blick auf die Basilika St. Nikolaus, am Ende des Rotlichtviertels
I (mistakenly) went to visit the famous Amsterdam Redlight District on a Friday night. It was so packed that I couldn’t even walk my bike down the street. I wanted to do a bit of night shooting alone the canals, and found this intersection with a perfect reflection. What you can’t see is the thousands and thousands of people all packed in at the other end of the curve.
There are parts of Amsterdam that looks like you are in Venice. This scene of Amsterdam gives you a view behind the houses of the Red Light District.
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