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Full gallery of Apple’s gorgeous flagship Amsterdam Hirsch building retail store

We already knew that Apple would officially open the doors to a new flagship retail location on the ground floor and mezzanine of the Hirsch building at the Leidseplein in Amsterdam. The doors officially open to the public on Saturday, but One More Thing photographer Rogier Visser has shared some great photos of the new store from this morning’s press event.

Apple confirmed to One More Thing that the store will hold 300 employees who can serve customers in 14 languages, and it features the world’s longest Genius Bar at 20 meters long with 34 stools. You will even find a Briefing Room and EasyPay self-checkout for accessories through the Apple Store app. The store will open to the public Saturday morning at 10 a.m. Check out the gorgeous glass staircase and the rest of the store in the full gallery below (a few images courtesy of iCreate Magazine and anp-photo):

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