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Oudezijds Voorburgwal, Amsterdam Central Netherlands

This is a well known location to take photos of houses on the canal.
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I think the easiest would be to walk there once you are in the area.
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Just a few people

Sunset & blue hour/nighttime

07:25 19:40
05:58
52°22'32.4226" N 4°54'0.3496" E

Bookmarks (20)

  • Juul Sam
  • Avishek Patra
  • Erik Rozman
  • Julius Moosbrugger
  • Daniel Kiriro
  • Angela Pequeno
  • Stefan Schilbe
  • Philip Scott
  • Anne Harden
  • Marco Bla
  • Rami Menashes
  • Bipin Prag
  • Raffaella De Amicis
  • Remy De Canniere
  • Max Tischler
  • Juanra Noriega
  • Dmitry Rukhlenko
  • joseph maniquet
  • pi_xel
  • Holger Pleus
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Thank you Jimmy Kohar for creating this photo spot and Erik Rozman for improving it with additional photos or content.
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