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Twenty-two years ago a city emerged from computers, modems and telephone cables. On 15 January 1994 De Digitale Stad (DDS; The Digital City) opened its virtual gates in Amsterdam. DDS, the first virtual city in the world, and made the internet (free) accessible for the first time to the general public in the Netherlands. But like many other cities in the world history, this city disappeared. In 2001 The Digital City, the website, was taken offline and perished as a virtual Atlantis. Althoughdblp:conf/ipres/Haan16 fatcat:jf4ymtc6efdphg3r6eabxrrcd4