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Koninklijk Theater Carre, Amsterdam

The Royal Theatre Carre hosts musicals, cabaret performances and pop concerts..

The Royal Theatre Carre hosts musicals, cabaret performances and pop concerts.


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About Koninklijk Theater Carre

 Amstel 115 /125, 1018 EM Amsterdam, Netherlands

 +31 900 2525255

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