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Sint Olofssteeg, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Netherlands

Although this spot is located in the seedy part of Amsterdam, there is absolutely no problem walking around and/or photographing. There will be hordes of tourists doing the same. The normal precautions are always advisable but there should be no fear. Probably one of the most photographed areas of Amsterdam because of the contrasts and authenticity and lights.
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Within a max 10 minutes walk from Amsterdam Central Station.
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Lots of people

Blue hour/nighttime

06:29 20:58
02:10
52°22'32.5534" N 4°54'0.4909" E

Bookmarks (9)

  • Judith Oelbey
  • Daniel Kiriro
  • Angela Pequeno
  • Giuseppe Zaccardi
  • Raffaella De Amicis
  • Sion Dafydd
  • Alberto De Longhi
  • Gunnar Heilmann
  • Julien CHIQUET
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Thank you Alona Azaria for creating this photo spot and AurèLphotog for improving it with additional photos or content.
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