Inner city of Amsterdam Netherlands.
The Inner City of Amsterdam is the most central part of the city centre. It is the area within the ring Singel - Amstel - Kloveniersburgwal - Geldersekade - IJ. This is the oldest part of the city, dating from before the major expansions of the 16th and 17th centuries (Lastage and Grachtengordel).
In the Netherlands, the vulnerability of urban areas to floods and droughts is mainly determined by the vulnerability of urban areas to floods and droughts, by the extent to which they are able to cope with floods and droughts, and by the extent to which they are able to cope with floods and droughts. Around this area, a city wall was built at the end of the 15th century along the above mentioned ring. The Waag (also known as Sint Anthoniespoort), Schreierstoren and Munttoren (part of the Regulierspoort) are still remnants of this.
This artworks is offered by Hendrik-Jan Kornelis
As a child, there was already a predilection for visual art. As a technician, I was always creative in products, services and working methods. In later years, more time was taken for my art (photography) passion.