28 maart 2017

Museum entrance

The entrance of the Rijksmuseum Twenthe in Enschede, that was founded through the initiative of the Twenthe textile baron Jan Bernard van Heek, who wanted to have his painting collection housed in a new state museum in Enschede. In 1930 the museum was opened at the Lasondersingel.

13 opmerkingen:

  1. Leuk gebouw, een klein kasteeltje met die torentjes.

  2. It is a eye catcher... including the large boulder out front.

  3. A beautiful building! Like Andy, I couldn't help but notice the large boulder... does it have engravings on it?

    1. Well seen, Christine! But to know what it says we will have to wait for my next visit, as I didn't take a picture of it..:)

  4. ...and how did that rock get there?

  5. What's the rock for...to keep terrorists from driving into the building?

  6. Tremendously appealing architecture, Marleen!

    There's a boulder on our Gallery grounds that has been inscribed, but I've never taken a close shot of it.

  7. A beautiful building. I also wondered how the rock got there, it is definitely an eye catcher.

  8. Imagine having such a collection of art that it needed its own space.. I'd love it 😀😀 I'm as curious as everyone as to the huge rock Marleen, you're going to have to go back ☺

  9. een gebouw dat er uitnodigend uitziet Marleen..

    knap in beeld gebracht..

    prettige avond gewenst


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