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Tilting at a precarious angle over the Oudeschans canal, this former 17th-century lock-keeper’s cottage is one of the oldest and most famous pubs in Amsterdam. Inside all is crooked, with wooden bars and uneven stone floors. Sample the wit bier (white beer) and a plate of strong Dutch cheese and enjoy the tiny, crowded terraces with views over the canal or towards the Museum Het Rembrandthuis.