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Teylers Museum

Here is another picture from my home- and birth town Haarlem, which I took last week on a bright day.
It shows you two famous buildings in my city: in the background de Grote of Sint Bavokerk (Big or Saint Bavo Church) and het Teylers Museum in the foreground.

Het Teylers Museum is the oldest public museum of The Netherlands. It is a natural history museum and hosts a collection of fossils, minerals, historical scientific elements and works of art.
The museum was founded with money from the legacy of Pieter Teyler van der Hulst (1702-1778) and designed in 1779 by Leendert Viervant.
It is located on the bank of the river het Spaarne and also seen on another picture of mine.

Information and pictures about de Grote Kerk can be seen in my Haarlem Theme.
I rotated this picture and added contrast.
Hope you like it!

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