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Keizersgracht Amsterdam

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The Keizersgracht Amsterdam or the Emperor’s Canal is the middle one of the three main canals in Amsterdam. It was named after Emperor Maximilian of Austria. It is 31 meters wide, the widest canal in the inner city. Together with the Herengracht and the Prinsengracht, digging this canal was started in 1612.

Open Water Swimming[edit]

The Amsterdam City Swim is a 2 km canal swim in the Keizersgracht. It is one of the World's Top 100 River Swims.

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