The Sarphatipark in De Pijp is a variety park where locals picnic and sunbathe in the summer. Named after Jewish doctor Samuel Sarphati, the park has a Sarphati memorial with a fountain and gargoyles.
Oude Pijp, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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Van Gogh Museum(1.2 km)
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Body Worlds(2.3 km)
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