The story of Kloveniersburgwal 33 & 35


Kloveniersburgwal 33 & 35

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Stadsarchief Amsterdam

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In the 17th century, Amsterdam's civic guard was armed with muskets called klovers (from the French couleuvrine). These men were also known as kloveniers. The most famous civic guardsmen are those portrayed in Rembrandt's The Night Watch. On the canal named after these kloveniers, a complex restoration was necessary to create five apartments in two 17th-century national monuments;  everything, apart from the facade of the building, was rebuilt and work was completed in 2001. 

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