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Oosterpark is a sprawling 19th century English garden with several ponds and streams that hosts several multicultural festivals throughout the year.
Oosterpark is a sprawling 19th century English garden with several ponds and streams that hosts several multicultural festivals throughout the year. Like Hyde Park, it has its own corner Spreeksteen or 'speaker's stone' where people speak out on various issues every Sunday afternoon at 1 pm.
Oosterparkbuurt, Amsterdam, Netherlands
+31 14 020
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