Converted bridge control stations take tiny living to Amsterdam's canals

The canals of Amsterdam are an iconic part of the city’s landscape, and the defunct stations once used to control their traffic are now serving as an intimate way to experience them. Visitors to the Dutch capital can now book a stay in a former bridge keeper’s cabin, offering unique waterfront accommodation with a historical flavor. ..
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