The inimitable style of the Conservatorium Hotel with the famous violins in the lobby is inextricably linked with the history of the building and the entire area in which it is located. In the second half of the nineteenth century, Amsterdam was experiencing an era of rapid development. The population of the capital in 1870 amounted to 270 thousand people, it doubled in thirty years by 1900, and in the twenty years before 1920 it reached 680 thousand. On the site of private gardens beyond the Grand Canals, they began to build houses, erect mansions and very quickly, were faced with problems of soil density and changes affected the construction. In some areas (northern Pipe De Pijp) crowded construction began, pursuing the maximum use of land, but here, in the modern Museum District happened the exact opposite. Private mansions, expensive apartment buildings, wide streets and prestigious shops became the hallmark of the museum quarter at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
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