Flower market

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June 16, 2019 at 19:04

The flower market is an alley in the suburbs of the city of Amsterdam, Holland. The name flower market is quite misleading, as it is neither a market place, nor are there any flowers to be found in the vicinity of it.

The reason for spreading the rumour that there are flowers in the flower market is, to concentrate most tourists that visit the country in this place, so that the rest of the country is relatively livable for the aboriginees, who keep almost all the flowers to themselves. This is not a result of xenophobia, but pure survival of the fittest.

If the natives of Holland cannot eat their daily tulips, they may not survive.