De Bazel - City Archive of Amsterdam

De Bazel, located at the Vijzelstraat in Amsterdam, is an impressive art deco building with a rich and royal history and dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. The building, named after its architect K.P.C.  de Bazel (1869-1923), was built between 1919 en 1926. Today it serves amongst other functions as the Archive of the City of Amsterdam, exposition space and the City Bookstore. It is a grat place to enjoy and capture its harmonic architecture.My photo's give an impression of the ground floor, the visitors' area of the City Archive of Amsterdam.

first floor
ground floor - archive
ground floor
ground floor 5
ground floor 9
ground floor 8
ground floor 11
ground floor 12
entrance to exhibition
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ground floor 14
ground floor 15