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

Oude Kerk

Date: 7. jul 2017.
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Oude Kerk dominates the Red Light District and it is an important landmark to visit during your Amsterdam tour. It is located alongside a canal in the Red Light District and being 800 years old it represents the oldest monument in Amsterdam. It was originally built as a Catholic place of worship. The construction had started at the beginning of the twelfth century .Over time, this structure was replaced by a stone church that was consecrated in 1306.

Behind the scenes Red Light District

Date: 7. jul 2017.
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Red Light District in Amsterdam is its most famous tourist attraction. It is the oldest part of the city dating from the 12th century filled with all kinds of content (besides sex tourism sites) that you can enjoy during your Amsterdam tour. Amsterdam is the city full of paradoxes that might even shock you a few times. It is not unusual to walk by the oldest church in the city and find the windows with prostitutes’ right next to 

Chinatown in Amsterdam

Date: 7. jul 2017.
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The Chinese people arrived in the Netherlands around 1900. They were mostly the seafarers and stokers who worked on the steamships of the big shipping companies. The old Chinatown in Amsterdam was located around the Binnen Bantammerstraat and the residents of Amsterdam became familiar with the Chinese when they started selling peanut biscuits on the streets in 1931.

Pink Point in Amsterdam

Date: 7. jul 2017.
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In the vicinity of De Wallen Red Light District of Amsterdam you can find the Pink Point which is the official gay and lesbian information kiosk situated next to the Homomonument on the Westermarkt. It\\\\\\\'s staffed by volunteers who can provide all kinds of information about gay organizations and about gay life in general in the Dutch capital and they also sell some of the coolest gay souvenirs in the country.