ADM was a squat in the Port of Amsterdam that lasted from 1997 until its eviction in early 2019. Around 130 people lived on the terrain of 45 hectares in buildings, on boats and in vehicles. After the eviction, about half of the group moved to an empty plot in the North of the city. On a temporary lease they are trying to rebuild their community.
Images of the old ADM-terrain by Suwanne
Images by Suwanne
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