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If you are in Amsterdam you cannot miss the Red Light District! Super safe to walk around! Respect the sex workers keeping your mobile or camera in your pocket!
aka as Red light district. Amsterdams erotic neighborhood in the oldest part of the city. Please behave when you walk through this area and treat the women with respect.
Set smack in the city center, De Wallen is one of Amsterdam’s oldest neighborhoods. In 1270 a bridge was built in Dam Square to connect the Rokin and Damrak roads and this new neighborhood, due to its walled canals, was called De Wallen. The area is also known as the red-light district because of…
Red Light District. This world famous Area is crowded by tourists and other visitors to see Amsterdam´s main public attraction in real. Prostitution is legalized in Holland and this area is famous for that.
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