- published: 21 Oct 2013
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It is quest to change its job to the merchant. The accounting skill and the trade fame are 500 necessary. It is good to buy the beer in Hamburg, Bremen, and London, etc. beforehand. 200 barrels are necessary. You can use Quest Mediation Permit in order to change Quest list.
Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed th...
The Amsterdam was a cargo ship of the Dutch East India Company build in 1748. The ship started its maiden voyage from Texel to Batavia on 8 January 1749, but was wrecked in a storm on the English Channel on 26 January 1749. The shipwreck was discovered in 1969 in the bay of Bulverhythe, United Kingdom, and is sometimes visible during low tides. The wreck site is protected under the Protection of Wrecks Act since 1974. Some of the findings from the site are in the Shipwreck and Coastal Heritage Centre in Hastings. A replica of the ship is on display in Amsterdam. It is moored next to the Netherlands Maritime Museum. (At the time this video was made the museum was closed due to undergoing renovations and the replica was temporarily moored at the nearby NEMO science center.) The replica w...
Medieval Merchants of Amsterdam And The Internet Marketing have one thing in common: building their own distributional channel. http://bonardin.com/2015/01/14/medieval-merchants-of-amsterdam-and-internet-marketing/ Medieval Merchants of Amsterdam have found their own ways to bring goods from distant countries to Europe. So they became rich. Online Marketers also look for ways how to connect with people all around the globe to bring them valuable things - from informational to physical products. Once you have your own distributional channel then you can also build your own dreams.
Take a sneek peek into the The Amsterdam Dungeon! * walk through Amsterdam’s sinister past * 500 years of history brought to you in about 80 minutes * meet our witch hunter, soul merchant and many other mouth breathers * go deep into the dungeon with (max) 29 other sinners * you are part of the show (or push another victim forward) * it’s so much fun, it’s scary! * English spoken… but also available in Dutch…. If you want to brag! * 10 years or younger? We wouldn’t do it, but that’s just an advise * Don’t tell anyone, but you can leave if you can’t take it anymore
Take a sneek peek into the The Amsterdam Dungeon! * walk through Amsterdam’s sinister past * 500 years of history brought to you in about 80 minutes * meet our witch hunter, soul merchant and many other mouth breathers * go deep into the dungeon with (max) 29 other sinners * you are part of the show (or push another victim forward) * it’s so much fun, it’s scary! * English spoken… but also available in Dutch…. If you want to brag! * 10 years or younger? We wouldn’t do it, but that’s just an advise * Don’t tell anyone, but you can leave if you can’t take it anymore Tickets available via www.thedungeons.com/amsterdam
Amsterdam holds a unique elegance. It’s about bikes and boats and cannabis and coffee. But really it’s about finding comfort within your own skin. This is a frenetic city – one that’s constantly in motion. And, with Amsterdam’s hierarchy of cars to scooters to bikes to pedestrians, there are endless options for exploring the city. Feeling the wind on your face and the current within reach, a boat ride on the smooth waterways of Amsterdam offers perhaps the most relaxing way to see this great city. Along the route, your focus moves from the water to the merchant houses, Golden-Age gables, famous towers and beautiful churches. From open minds to open fields, Amsterdam effortlessly offers both a respect for others and by others. People here celebrate individuality, embrace the sayin...
A video account of a bike and boat holiday aboard the lovely MS Magnifique II
Designers George Anthony Gottl and his partner Oliver Michell have transformed an old warehouse on Amsterdam’s historic Bloemengracht into a unique living space. The 250 square metre area was once the storage space of an 18th century merchant. More Euromaxx: http://www.dw.de/euromaxx-lifestyle-europe-2015-04-23/e-18353814-9798
SHIP DETAIL: AIS Type: Tanker IMO: 9498963 MMSI: 538003662 Call Sign: V7SI9 Gross Tonnage: 5256 DeadWeight: 8828 Length x Breadth: 110m × 18.6m Visit our website MarinersPlanet working for Marine Merchant Navy Seafarer Community http://www.MarinersPlanet.com
Master Sushi Chef's Facebook/YouTube friend Gideon Sanders sent over an idea for us to do, and here it is...The Amsterdam Roll. His idea is to incorporate a roll with Herring fish, Cucumber and Cream Cheese so this is Chef Terada's rendition. For our Herring Fish, we traveled to Matryoshka Market which is a Russian supermarket that also has ready to eat foods. Everything looked really great we all tried a dish. This roll hasn't made it our our regular menu but it's being considered. Thanks so much again for Gideon's idea! If you'd like your roll to be featured, be sure to like this video and comment below so we know. We'll get to everyone's roll soon. Thanks again for spending your time on our channel and we hope you give us a simple like on this and our other videos. We'll see you...
A visit to the amazing city of Amsterdam in 60 seconds and experience it's beautiful canals, architecture and cultural vibes! Amsterdam is the capital of Holland and famous for many things including its merchant past, canals, relaxed laws (you know what I'm talking about) and much much more!
Mooie beelden van Polygoon van de Amsterdamse binnenstad en de grachtengordel met al zijn grachtenpanden. Waarschijnlijk gefilmd kort na de bezetting in mei 1940, wellicht met het idee dat Amsterdam ook weleens gebombardeerd zou kunnen worden tijdens de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Met achtereenvolgens de Magere Brug, Amstel, Stadsbank van Lening, Oudezijds Voorburgwal, Onze Lieve Heer op Solder / Zolder, Oudezijds Voorburgwal 40, Schreierstoren, Prins Hendrikkade 94/95, Montelbaanstoren, Oude Schans, Molen De Gooyer, Funenkade 5, Brouwerij 't IJ, Zeeburgerstraat, Raadhuisstraat, Westertoren, de Jordaan, 'Lange Jan', Prinseneiland / Bickerseiland, pakhuizen, Jan Bicker, Pakhuis Gerrit (Realengracht 18, gesloopt in 1979), Pakhuis Aleida (Realengracht 17, gesloopt in 1979), Nieuwmarkt, Sint Antonies...
In the heart of Amsterdam's canal district, we stumbled upon a little known museum that we thought was one of the most interesting we’ve ever visited. It gives visitors a quick, yet vivid, account of how Amsterdam was created through urban planning, ingenuity and innovative engineering methods. The museum at #386 Herengracht, is housed in a 17th century mansion built as the residence of merchant Karel Gerards. Of note, in the museum are historical records that tell of the various deals brokered here, including a deal resulting in Jan Willink’s financial support of the US War of Independence. Visit our website to find out more about Het Grachtenhuis Museum: http://mikestravelguide.com/het-grachtenhuis-museum/ Shot on Canon G7X and Canon S110 Help with planning a trip to Europe.
CVA Monday Big Band Thad Jones Tribute Conservatory of Amsterdam 1 nov 2012 Saxes: Fabio Marziali, Andrew Mohler, Lluc Casares Alcobè, Charley Rose, Bruno van der Haegen Trumpets: Felix Blum, Evgeniy Bondarev, Luuk Hof Trombones: Oliver Emmitt, Odei Al-Magut, Maurus Twerenbold Drums: Willem Van der Krabben Bass: Marco Zenini Guitar: Yishay Glick Piano: Liya Grigoryan SPECIAL GUESTS: Dick Oatts -- Alto Sax Gary Smulyan -- Baritone Sax