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Amsterdamse Poort, Haarlem

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September 19, 2019
One of the only existing old entry gates of Harlem.
May 13, 2017
Part of the old defence works of the city
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Arno & Annelies
October 22, 2016
The only left old gate in Haarlem.
July 23, 2017
oudste stadspoort van Haarlem

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“This bookstore has a big name. With a file of 20million titles bookstore De Vries offers the largest Dutch title database. But also have (actual) titles from various other countries. The staff will take the time for customers and help you to find the best book. ”
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“Rich Amsterdam merchants discovered South Kennemerland in the 17th and 18th centuries as the ideal place for a country estate. Elswout near Overveen is one of the oldest of them. You had to have the courage to take a break from there: you constantly ran the risk of being overwhelmed by dune sand. But smart planting with trees could prevent this at Elswout. Elswout was redesigned in the 1980s. Owner Jacob Boreel presumably takes the German landscape architect J. G. Michael in his arm to give the green on Elswout a landscape look. The new nature ideals that had come over from England prescribed a natural landscape style. Green had to look natural and you had to be able to experience something during a walk - almost like "in the wild". A lot of land was moved for this on Elswout. The mossy "mountains" and bridges in the Swiss part are actually a work of art. Water features also gained a more natural appearance. There were winding streams and a pond that looks like a lake. Monumental straight avenues were spared, but otherwise paths were meandering, so that you constantly had a different view of the surroundings (and house!). The reflection of the Great House in the pond is almost magical in some places.”
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“Kweekcafé stands for meeting and inspiration. We are a seedling place for dreams; where food & drink, nature, culture, innovation and design come together. With the Kweekcafé we want to contribute to a world in which people, the economy and nature are better balanced. Kweekcafé wants to prevent as much waste and waste as possible. We work as much as possible with organic seasonal products”
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History Museum
“What is a sixteenth-century flea catcher and what does it look like? Or a pointed nose jug, a beard man jug or beak shoe? And how does an archaeological excavation work? In the Archaeological Museum Haarlem everyone who is curious about the past will get the answer. The museum is the place where urban archeology becomes visible. Archaeological finds from the Haarlem soil belong to the Haarlem archaeological heritage. With those finds, the museum tells about the history of Haarlem.”
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