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I considered keeping only one of the two photos and deleting the other, but decided that I like both very much.

This one the outside light is much less exposed than the first one, which means that you can actually see the things and colours outside the museum entrance, but is it a good thing?

With reduced exposure, the door decoration is much sharper than the first one, this fact I like.

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I knew very little about the Teylers Museum beforehand, and it turned out to be a huge pleasant surprise to me.

Teylers Museum is the first major public museum to be established in the Netherlands. Linen and silk merchant and banker Pieter Teylers van der Hulst stipulated that his estate to be used to create a museum of science and fine art upon his death, which happened in 1778. So in 1779, construction on the first part of the Teylers Museum began.

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John FitzGerald
John FitzGerald
Another feature is the glimpse of the misty world outdoors, which the other version doesn't provide. To me it seems like a glimpse of real life from the serene and well-ordered darkness.
3 years ago.