Don’t Drink the Water

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Amsterdam is commemorating the 400th anniversary of its iconic canals by selling souvenir sets of Amsterdam Canal Aqua. The four bottle set, which retails for €50, is filled from the Singel, Prinsengracht, Herengracht and Keizersgracht. Each bottle is labeled with a brief history of the canal and a QR-code which shows the precise spot where the water was retrieved. Obviously, the bottled water is for decorative purposes only and should not be drunk—duh.

KeizersgrachtReguliersgrachtAmsterdam

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