In Amsterdam's world-famous red light district, four attractive, half-dressed young women stand behind a window as visitors walk by.

In an all-too familiar scene, they flirt, pout and pose for the tourists, men seeking sex in exchange for cash and curious sightseers on the street outside.

'De Wallen' is the largest red-light district in the city and consists of a network of alleys containing hundreds of tiny one-room cabins rented by prostitutes to ply their trade.

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