Reguliersgracht in an Autumn Evening, Amsterdam
Seven Bridges Amsterdam.
The Reguliersgracht canal passes through the Herengracht, Keizersgracht & Prinsengracht canals. As a result, these points are great places to admire the bridges and canal boats passing by. Furthermore, the bridges and canals are also particularly beautiful when lit up at night.
Reguliersgracht is a canal in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Established in 1658, it is located in the Grachtengordel, in the Centrum borough. During World War II the "nerve center" of the illegal paper Het Parool was housed there, in a house occupied by Simon Carmiggelt, Max Nord, Wim van Norden and their families.
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Original Photo by Kaan Sensoy.
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