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De Westergasfabriek is een plek in Amsterdam waar mensen elkaar ontmoeten, werken en ontspannen. In het moderne stadspark met historische fabrieksgebouwen vind je groen, een plek om te werken, ruimte voor grote en kleine evenementen en diverse horeca-, film- theater- en expositiegelegenheden...
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The Westergasfabriek is a former gas factory in the West district of Amsterdam. At the beginning of the 21st century the site was completely renovated and the buildings restored. Now it has a cultural and recreational destination under the name Westergasfabriek.
Fun former industrial gas factory with breweries, restaurants, shops and movie theaters.
Great area to explore. Old factory buildings refactored to a movie theatre, several restaurants and bars, a hotel - beautiful architecture, no cars and therefore very child friendly. Highly recommended!
This converted coal factory in Amsterdam West was renovated in 2003. This sprawling and surprisingly beautiful complex has blossomed with small businesses, start ups and cafes. There is a Sunday market where you can get artisinal goods and stop o at Tony's Chocolonely for .... a few Amsterdam…
Located in the Westerpark, Westergasfabriek develops and rents out spaces for creative, cultural and innovative entrepreneurs. Find cafes, restaurants, and a variety of shops in this former Gasworks sight.
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