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

History of Squatting in Amsterdam

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div justify;\\\"=\"\" style=\"text-align: justify;\">Squatting in Amsterdam started in the sixties. In 1966, the activists from the anarchist Provo Movement launched such a framework in the form of a “White Houses Plan”. A “working group” announced that they would distribute lists of empty houses and would paint the doors and doorjambs of empty homes white. Later, it became a very popular practice in Amsterdam and other big cities during the seventies...

Oosterpark

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">The Oosterpark is a city park located in the Oosterparkbuurt, East Amsterdam. The size of the park is approximately 12 hectares. The landscaped Oosterpark was the first park that was built by the municipality of Amsterdam. Earlier parks in the city were smaller (Sarphatipark) or private initiative (Vondelpark).</div>

Daily nature trips

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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<div style=\"text-align: justify;\">The City of Amsterdam is visited by millions of tourists each year for many reasons. It is a city dating from the 13th-century with a rich history and many landmarks to visit. One of the major tourist attraction is famous Red Light District in Amsterdam visited by many...</div>

Zeeburg Amsterdam camping site

Date: 23. septembar 2018.
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&lt;div style=\"\\&amp;quot;text-align:\" justify;\\\"=\"\"&gt;If you would like to visit Amsterdam, but would like to avoid staying in apartments and hotels and your camping gear is ready, there are 5 designated camping spots in Amsterdam (Zeeburg, Vliegenbos, De Badhoeve...&nbsp;