This is the book you should read before you visit the Red Light District!

Delft blue Amsterdam and the Netherlands

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"\\"text-align:\" justify;\\\"=\"\">Delftware is found in many Dutch households and is enormously popular with tourists. From blue and white milk jugs and kitchen tiles to the little girl and boy poised for a kiss, these porcelain pieces are iconic symbols of the Netherlands...

Jordaan Festival Amsterdam

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"\\"text-align:\" justify;\\\"=\"\">The Jordaan Festival first started in 1975 and it turned into an annual event that is being held mostly in September ever since. The festival features free outdoor concerts of traditional Amsterdam folk music. If you’ve ever wondered how the Dutch traditional music sounds like, this festival is one of the ways to find out.

Tradition of eating a raw herring in Amsterdam and the Netherlands

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"\\"text-align:\" justify;\\\"=\"\">During your Amsterdam visit, you will notice many of the fish stands that are selling the raw herring which is a soused raw fish with a rather strong flavor and is very popular among the locals. It is not a recent trend since the people are eating raw herring in the Netherlands for over 600 years.

Listen to live jazz in Amsterdam

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">Jazz travelled to Europe from New Orleans, where, around the turn of the 20th century, ‘Storyville’, the city’s red light district, was infamous for its bawdy houses. Here customers were not only entertained by exotic ladies...</div>