1966. Bet van Beeren in front of café Violetta across the street from her café ‘t Mandje at the Zeedijk in Amsterdam. ‘t Mandje is considered to be the first gay bar in the Netherlands and one of the first in the world. It was opened in 1927 by Bet, herself a lesbian. After her death in 1967 her sister Greet operated the café until 1983. In 2008 the cafe was reopened again by family members. Photo Sam Presser. #amsterdam #1960 #Mandje #Zeedijk #BetvanBeeren

1966. Bet van Beeren in front of café Violetta across the street from her café ‘t Mandje at the Zeedijk in Amsterdam. ‘t Mandje is considered to be the first gay bar in the Netherlands and one of the first in the world. It was opened in 1927 by Bet, herself a lesbian. After her death in 1967 her sister Greet operated the café until 1983. In 2008 the cafe was reopened again by family members. Photo Sam Presser. #amsterdam #1960 #Mandje #Zeedijk #BetvanBeeren

Amsterdam, Café Rooie Nelis, personeel en klanten voor de deur.

Amsterdam, Café Rooie Nelis, personeel en klanten voor de deur.

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Altijd gezellig, altijd lekker! Hippe tent ook heel leuk om met wat oudere kinderen naar toe te gaan. Eetbar Dit, #DenBosch #Aanrader

Altijd gezellig, altijd lekker! Hippe tent ook heel leuk om met wat oudere kinderen naar toe te gaan. Eetbar Dit, #DenBosch #Aanrader

Erik Trent is a talented self-taught photographer and creative director based out of Dallas, who loves to design, explore & travel. “I spend most of my free time traveling and immersing myself …

Erik Trent is a talented self-taught photographer and creative director based out of Dallas, who loves to design, explore & travel. “I spend most of my free time traveling and immersing myself …

1959. Zeedijk in Amsterdam. The Zeedijk ("Sea dike") is a street in the old center of Amsterdam. The Zeedijk was originally constructed as a seawall to protect Amsterdam from the water of the IJ, which was in open connection with the Zuiderzee until 1872. The street is the northern and eastern boundary of De Wallen (red-light district) and runs between Prins Hendrikkade and Nieuwmarkt. #amsterdam #1959 #zeedijk

1959. Zeedijk in Amsterdam. The Zeedijk ("Sea dike") is a street in the old center of Amsterdam. The Zeedijk was originally constructed as a seawall to protect Amsterdam from the water of the IJ, which was in open connection with the Zuiderzee until 1872. The street is the northern and eastern boundary of De Wallen (red-light district) and runs between Prins Hendrikkade and Nieuwmarkt. #amsterdam #1959 #zeedijk

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