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Hermitage Amsterdam is the only satellite museum of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, showcasing its vast collections and spectacularly located on the banks of the Amstel river.
The hermitage is an art and history lovers dream. Its glittering jewels and thick velvet costumes will make any jaw drop.
The Rijksmuseum is absolutely gorgeous, but this museum is just as amazing. They often have special exhibitions.
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“Le monastère est d'abord connu pour avoir accueilli Vincent van Gogh de mai 1889 à mai 1890. Chef d’œuvre de l’art Roman provençal, le cloître du XIème et XIIème siècle est adossé à la chapelle de pur style roman dont la façade a été modifiée au XVIIIème siècle. ”
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“Rijksmuseum, museum of the Netherlands, in Amsterdam. Dutch art and history from the Middle Ages to the present day.”
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“Visit Rembrandt van Rijn’s home and workshop. For twenty years Rembrandt lived and worked in this impressive building in the heart of Amsterdam, now a museum.”
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“Carré is closely connected to the family Carré. This family group gave their first performances by the end of the 18th century and in 1863 they came to the Netherlands for the first time. In 1866 Oscar Carré finally got permission to build his first stone theatre, and on 3 December 1887 this building was officially opened. It was immediately a big success. At first Carré was only used during the winter, the winter circus of Oscar Carré then performed but during the rest of the year this group travelled and the theatre was empty. However, in 1893 the theatre was rented during the summer, which meant that there were performances during the entire year. Carré turned form a circus into a variété theatre (Dutch version of a Music Hall). After the dead of Oscar Carré in 1911 the theatre had a bad period. No profits were made even though several directors tried new things. Max Gabriël rebuilt the theatre, but this didn't work so he left only a year later. Boekholt brought a new program and new sorts of amusements, but this didn't work either. A business company whom brought back the circus entertainment went bankrupt. Finally (in 1924) two gentlemen named Benjamin and Content were able to make a profit with Carré. After Benjamin and Content, Alex Wunnink became the director. He was successful and brought many new shows, as well as a big profit.”
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