View of Jodenbreestraat facing Mr. Visserplein

Photolocation 17

1Then | Before the Second World War, Jodenbreestraat was the busiest shopping street in the Jewish quarter. Soon after the war ended, many houses were demolished here. Blind walls were erected along the exposed lots, partly to keep children away from the rubble. The wall in the photograph was in the same place as the Albert Heijn today.

Now | This is what it looks like now:
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Next location | Walk (and click) to location 18.
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10 9 8 7 6 1 2 5 3 19 4 11 16 15 14 12 13 18 17 You're viewing photos from the outdoor exhibiton Then & Now, Photographs of the Waterlooplein neighbourhood around 1960. Come to the Jewish Historical Museum for more photos of Philip Mechanicus in the major retrospective of his work from May 24 to October 27, 2013.

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