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Prostitutes Martine (L) and Louise (R) Fokkens, 70, walk around the red-light-district of Amsterdam on November 15, 2012, the Netherlands. Twins Martine and Louise Fokkens, nicknamed the 'Queens of the wallen', are Amsterdam's oldest prostitutes, having worked for fifty years in the city's red-light-district, and they have wrote two books about their experiences.  AFP / ANOEK DE GROOT


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