Koen Kleijn is an art historian, working as a journalist, documentary film director and...
On 400 years Canals:The Canals of Amsterdam
In October, 2013, just over 20 years after the publication of the famous Grachtenboek, the Canal Book for the 21st century has been published. All the canals within the UNESCO World Heritage district are included.
Canals of Amsterdam
Canal houses are brought into the limelight, for their architecture, their residents, their gardens, their unique history. Thousands of Amsterdammers pass in review: artists and architects, whalers and sugar refiners, writers and poets, burgomasters and bankers, slavers and radical agitators.
The title is appearing simultaneously in Dutch as De grachten van Amsterdam.
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