Torensluis Bridge
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Torensluis Bridge

Bridge in Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Torensluis (tower lock) looks like an excessively wide bridge over the Singel. The reason for such a spacious set-up was the Jan Roodenpoortstoren (tower) which stood here until 1829. The prisons under the tower were recently restored and are now open to the public. They are also used to host exhibitions and events literally underground.

Photo by Raphael Nogueira on Unsplash


Trams: 2, 11, 12, 13, 17 (Dam Station)

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