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Hollandsche Manege, Amsterdam

The Hollandsche Manege is the oldest horse-riding school in the Netherlands, dating back to 1744 though the current Neoclassical building is from 1882.

The Hollandsche Manege is the oldest horse-riding school in the Netherlands, dating back to 1744 though the current Neoclassical building is from 1882. The interiors are beautiful, with cast iron trusses and glass skylights on the roof. You may be able to catch an equestrian show, and ride a horse yourself.


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About Hollandsche Manege

 Vondelstraat 140, 1054 GT Amsterdam, Netherlands

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 www.dehollandschemanege.nl

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