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  Multatuli - Amsterdam
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The Multatuli museum displays the works of the Dutch Multatuli (1820-1887), known from his book Max Havelaar (1860). His real name was Eduard Douwes Dekker and he was a civil worker in the former Dutch East Indies colony.

Visiting hours:
Tu: 10AM - 5PM
Sa & Su: 12AM - 5PM

Admission: Free

There's a sculpture of Multatuli at "de Torensluis" across "het Singel". In 1987 it was inaugurated by Queen Beatrix. Sculpture: Hans Bayens; text: Gerrit Noordzij.

Address: Korsjespoortsteeg 20 - 1015 AR Amsterdam
Directions: From the Central Station take the Martelaarsgracht-Spuistraat, take a right into the Korsjespoortsteeg.
Phone: +31-20-6381938
Website: http://www.multatuli-museum.nl

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  • Updated Sep 18, 2015
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