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Housed in the basement of Café Heffer, the Baantjer Museum in Amsterdam is dedicated to “Appie” A.C.
Housed in the basement of Café Heffer, the Baantjer Museum in Amsterdam is dedicated to “Appie” A.C. Baantjer, Dutch writer of detective novels in which the protagonist, policeman De Cock, solves different crimes. The museum displays Baantjer’s private collection of books and photographs. It also has a replica of the bar where Detective De Cock and his side-kick Vledder regularly hung out in the TV series based on the books.
Oudebrugsteeg 7, 1012 JN Amsterdam, Netherlands
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