The Southern Canals

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Traditionally the aristocratic district, this southern part of the canal belt, between the Leidsegracht and the Amstel, is more refined than the northern part but also more commercial and animated. Culture and nightlife are centred on two squares, Leidseplein and Rembrandtplein. For a good canal view, head to the charming Reguliersgracht, from where seven bridges (lit up by night) can be seen.

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Reguliersgracht

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Reguliersgracht
Reguliersgracht
Cut in 1664, this canal was named for
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Musée Van Loon
Musée Van Loon
The painter Ferdinand Bol, a pupil of
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Cromhout Houses / Bible Museum
Cromhout Houses / Bible Museum
These four gabled houses were built in
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Canal Excursion
Canal Excursion
A tourist cliché for some, a marvellous
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Thorbeckeplein
Thorbeckeplein
On this spot there used to be a market
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Herengracht, n° 476
Herengracht, n° 476
The facade of this fine residence is
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Reguliersgracht
Reguliersgracht
Cut in 1664, this canal was named for
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Cromhout Houses / Bible Museum
Cromhout Houses / Bible Museum
These four gabled houses were built in
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Thorbeckeplein
Thorbeckeplein
On this spot there used to be a market
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