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Gyms & Fitness @ Amsterdam

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In 1811 homosexuality was legalized by the Napoleonic code in the Netherlands. The opening of two dance halls in Amsterdam, De Schakel (1955) and De Odeon Kring (DOK) (1958) in the 50's and the course of the sexual revolution of the mid-1960s, liberal attitude and policy made the city to the gay ca... read more or write a travelogue




 Name  CityBranch of business
 Gyms & Fitness none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Splash Healthclub Leidseplein
Lijnbaansgracht 241
Netherlands, the  AmsterdamGyms & Fitness





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