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I had trouble with otmar’s post, so we have these wonderful alternatives! Jerzy has submitted more, so this is part one.
Today, pictures from valued commenter Jerzy Russian.
Went on a trip to Belgium, Switzerland, Germany, and The Netherlands during the summer of 2017. In this contribution I wish to share some pictures taken during visits to two of the smaller museums in Amsterdam. The first stop was Katten Kabinet, which is a small museum dedicated to art that images of cats. It occupied a few floors of a modest sized house, plus a back yard. The pictures shown are from the yard. The second stop was the Amsterdam Tulip Museum, which, as one might guess, is a museum dedicated to the bulb trade in The Netherlands. There were lots of interesting displays about the history of the tulip trade, and lots of cool photographs of bulb fields. The actual bulb fields were not in bloom during our visit, so this was the next best thing.
Taken on 2017-08-02
In addition to all of the paintings and posters with pictures of cats, they also have real cats in residence.
Here is a poster of some kind of liquor ad that features cats.
Taken on 2017-08-02
A poster for the Disney movie “A Cat From Outer Space”, but in Italian (?).
Here is the outside of the Tulip Museum, which is not far from the Anne Frank House.
Some pictures of pictures of tulips.
And still more tulips.
Thank you so much Jerzy Russian, do send us more when you can.
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