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The people, language, and culture of the Netherlands are referred to as "Dutch" and the country is famous for its painters, windmills, clogs, notoriously flat lands and tulips. It is known for its liberal mentality and host to the International Court of Justice in The Hague, the Netherlands. Its small size, welcoming attitude to travellers and many sights make it a unique and fairly easy to discover destination and a great addition to any European trip. Don't miss its gorgeous capital Amsterdam, being just one of many interesting cities.
The Netherlands has become one of the most socially liberal countries in the world, with recent polls indicating that more than 90% of ethnic Dutch people view homosexuality as normal so, gay life is common all over the country. Its capital Amsterdam has frequently been named one of the most LGBT friendly cities in the world, famous for its gay community, including gay bars, clubs, bathhouses, hotels, and venues as well as Pink Point, which provides LGBT friendly information and souvenirs, and the national Homomonument, which was completed in 1987 and was the first monument in the world to commemorate homosexuals who were persecuted and killed during World War II...
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Kerkstraat 52 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1017 GM
Two-monthly sportswear party for Lads, Scallies, Skaters, Gabbers, Sneaker- and Sportswearboys. Entrance: € 10,-
Paleisstraat 135 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1012
The largest lesbian & gay book store on the continent. With extensive collection of DVDs offering g/l feature films, eccentric cult movies, xxx and t.v.-shows. Also rare titles and mail order.
Spuistraat 44 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1012 TV
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 55 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1012 EJ
Single /Double/Triple rooms. Double with priv. bathroom. Breakfast incl., Canal view, accessible 24hrs, Cable-TV. Free WiFi. 5 mins. walk from gay disctrict. Open all year.
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