The Schuttersgalerij (City Guard Gallery) is a covered street, leading from Begijnensteeg to the Amsterdam Museum. It is one of the few freely accessible 'museum streets' in the world. Original group portraits, made between 1530 and 2007 by artists such as Bartholomeus van der Helst and Erwin Olaf, can be viewed in the gallery. Even Goliath can be found here: a world -famous 17th century wooden giant.
Giant Goliath in Amsterdam Museum
Napoleon enters Amsterdam