This year, the city of Amsterdam celebrates the 400th anniversary of its canal district. Built in the early 17th century, the famous canal district of Amsterdam has become an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010. Creative agency Iris Amsterdam has designed a special commemorative set of designed bottles, with water taken directly from the most famous trademarks of the canal belt, the concentric loop of the Prinsengracht, Keizersgracht, Herengracht and Singel canals. There's a set of 4 bottles – one for each canal. Each bottle has its own story (about the construction of each canal) crafted on the reverse and a QR code lets you see the exact spot where the water has been taken from. Amsterdam Canal Aqua €50 per bottle, available at selected stores in Amsterdam.
Direct advertisment created by Iris, Netherlands for City of Amsterdam, within the category: Transport.
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