DeLaMar is a theatre near Leidseplein in Amsterdam, Netherlands, with two auditoriums containing 601 and 939 seats. It is currently in use for musicals, plays and cabaret.
The building which now houses DeLaMar was built in 1887 and was once used as a school and a warehouse. During the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II, the Germans stored data relating to forced labour in the building. The Dutch resistance bombed the building on 7 January 1944, causing part of the building to burn down.
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