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The Braggiotti Gallery on the Singel Canal has 4 rooms showcasing Dutch and international contemporary glass art.
The Braggiotti Gallery on the Singel Canal has 4 rooms showcasing Dutch and international contemporary glass art. The gallery is located in the center on the Singel Canal, one block from the flower market.
Singel 424, 1016 AK Amsterdam, Netherlands
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