At the Munttoren (the former Regulierspoort) foundations, pieces of the old city wall can be seen.
Next to the Munttower you can find the famous Flowermarket along the Singel canal.
Built in 1620, using the remains of an old city gate as its base, this tall wooden bell tower chimes a carillon every quarter of an hour. The tiny shop at ground level sells Delft ware.
A great landmark in a great location. Check the map...it leads to the flower market...to Rokin and Dam Sq...and to Rembrandtplein.
Munttoren (Coin Tower) dates back to the Middle Ages and was a part of the fortifications of Amsterdam
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