In de Waag
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Built in 1488, this monumental structure now houses Restaurant-Café In de Waag: the ideal place for lunch, reception, meeting or dinner.
Café in De Waag is based in a grand city gatehouse circa 1488 - this relaxed, candle-lit restaurant/cafe has a big terrace, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. On Nieuwmarkt 4.
The Waag ("weigh house") is the oldest remaining non-religious building in Amsterdam, dating back to the 15th-century. It was originally a city gate and part of the walls of Amsterdam. Some say witches were also executed here during the dark ages! Good for enjoying a drink on the terrace, and if you…
Grand 1488 city gate houses this relaxed, candle-lit restaurant with terrace, serving hearty dishes.
In the part of Amsterdam that never sleeps you’ll find a square called ‘Nieuwmarkt’. This square has one gorgeous looking castle right in the centre, called ‘De Waag’ or formerly known as the St. Anthony’s Gate. Originally built in 1488, this characteristic monumental structure now houses…
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