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In 1910, the Dapperstraat was officially designated by the municipality of Amsterdam as a market street. The Dappermarkt draws visitors from the all over the Netherlands. There are many products of interest to the city's residents of Surinamese, Antillean, Turkish, and Moroccan origin, giving the market and the surrounding neighbourhood a strong multicultural feel.
The Dapper Market is open 52 weeks a year, Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The shops in the surrounding streets are open a bit later.
- National Geographic Magazine, November/December 2007.
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