Amsterdam's Red Light District: Sint Annendwarsstraat

Sint Annendwarsstraat and Trompettersteeg to right, Amsterdam red light district (De Wallen / Walletjes / De Rosse Buurt). Copyright: George 2011
Sint Annendwarsstraat 1-1 to 1-4, Amsterdam. This is at the very beginning of Sint Annendwarsstraat. To the left is Oudekerkplein with the oldest church in Amsterdam predictably called Oudekerk. I wonder what it was originally called? To the right is 3-1. When the photo was taken in early May 2012 it was still open but on 24th May 2012 it closed and is no longer a red light window.
Below is a video I took also in early May 2012. It starts at Oudekerksplein and zooms into Sint Annendwarsstraat showing the above windows and the rest of Sint Annendwarsstraat. It then cuts to a view from the other end of the street.

Sint Annendwarsstraat in early May 2012
Sint Annendwarsstraat and Trompettersteeg to right, Amsterdam red light district (De Wallen / Walletjes / De Rosse Buurt). Copyright: George 2011
Sint Annendwarsstraat, Amsterdam. This was taken a year or so before windows 3-1 and 3-2 were closed on 24th May 2012.
Below is a video I took of Sint Annendwarsstraat in early 2009. It differs from the other video in that I walk along the street and show each of the actual windows without any one around to get in the way. It was filmed early one morning. 

Sint Annendwarsstraat in early 2009


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