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The HOTEL ROKIN is located in the heart of the old city on a main street, a few steps from the historic DAM square, the central square of Amsterdam, with the Royal Palace and the “New Church”. The Central Station is about 10 min. walk away.
The Rokin is a canal and major street in the centre of Amsterdam. The street runs from Muntplein square to Dam square . The Rokin canal used to run from Muntplein square to Dam Square, but in 1936, the part between Spui square and Dam Square was filled in.
Rokin is the thoroughfare between Amsterdam’s Dam square and Munt square. While it has lots a lot of its erstwhile allure, the street is rich in history. Rokin: part of Amsterdam’s ‘Red Carpet’ into the city. Quick facts about Rokin, Amsterdam than van Arkel usually took. (Rokin 69) Magazijn De Gouden Bril, the oldest remaining
Rokin Hotel This neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in nightlife, architecture and walking – Check location Rokin 73, Amsterdam City Center, 1012 KL Amsterdam, Netherlands – This neighborhood is a great choice for travelers interested in nightlife, architecture and walking – Check location Excellent location – show map
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Rokin is one of the 8 stations on the newly developed North/South metro line in Amsterdam. The station, located in the city centre, has been designed for a daily capacity of 57.500 passengers. The project comprises of a 190-m long metro station with the platforms at a depth of approximately 22-m.
English: Rokin is a major street in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.Originally it was part of the river Amstel, and was known then as Ruck-in (from ‘inrukken’, which means ‘to withdraw’, as some of the houses on the Amstel had to be shortened to construct the quays there in the 16th century).
The Amsterdam dungeon was fun. It wasn’t mind blowing, nor was it stupid. It was a good time out and if you can understand that it’s a comedy show more than a horror show, you will have a much better time. 91 photos Share review Embed review Compliment Send message Follow Heath R. Stop following Heath R. 69 reviews Museums