非你不渴It is famous for the girl with the earrings, but I didn't see the real thing because of the time. I'm sorry. But I found the Prime Minister's Tower, a two-story octagonal tower building next to the gallery, very popular.
天羽博士It’s not far from the Netherlands, perhaps called The Hague, the capital of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The area is really not small, larger than a standard university, and the exchange rate is all the famous attractions in the entire Netherlands, instead of being pure as some people think. That is The Hague or Rotterdam. The founders are said to be a couple who lost their children in World War II. They silently recall their years here for the rest of their lives.
非你不渴The Capitol and Cavalier buildings, although with a long history and currently used as government departments, are far more open than any other country in the world, without a high and mighty doorman.
小鱼儿2015The exterior looks like a very unique building. The Human Body Museum can also be regarded as an old place to learn about the structure and form of the human body. The content of the explanation in the museum is very detailed, but the language is not very convenient.
天边的海999"Gemeentemuseum Den Haag" (Gemeentemuseum Den Haag), which is mainly composed of modern art works by people such as Mondrian (most of the works), Picasso and Monet. We did not go in to see it (in fact, we can’t understand it), but this The building itself is a highlight. The architect of the building is the famous Dutch architect Hendrik Petrus Berlage (1856–1934, also translated as Burlage), a native of Amsterdam, who studied architecture at the ETH Zurich, Switzerland, and traveled The brick buildings in Europe, America, and Rome had a great influence on him. He is the founder of the Amsterdam School and is known as the "Father of Modern Architecture". And won the Royal Gold Medal of the Royal Institute of British Architects. This museum is the last work in his life, completed in 1935, one year after the architect's death. Near Dam Square in Amsterdam, the world's first stock exchange was designed by Barrage.
Xi'an, China, March 29, 1974, exactly today 45 years ago. Yang Zhifa and Wang Puzhi never thought that the hoe they plunged into the ground to make a well would turn out to be the most spectacular archaeological discovery of the 20th century: the Terracotta Army made during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC). The statues are in the emperor Qin Shi Huang's tomb complex. Zhifa and Puzhi are a pair of brothers who work as farmers and live as neighbors in the Lintong County district, outside Xi'an city, Shaanxi province, China. Xi'an is not a popular city like Beijing or Shanghai. Although there are stories about the Monks Tong Sam Cong and Sun Go Kong or how the city became the entry point for Islam to China brought by Arab traders in 651 AD (error: previously written BC) during the Tang Dynasty. Syahdan, that day Zhifa and Puzhi agreed to make a well in a field about an hour's bus ride from their house. When she arrived and started hoeing, Zhifa was startled by something that hit the hoe. He immediately told Puzhi. At first they thought that what was hit was a Buddha statue. However, their guess was wrong: it was a statue of the Terracotta Warrior. The news of this important discovery spread quickly. Several months later, an archaeological team led by Zhao Kangmin and several Chinese officials arrived there. More intense excavation was carried out. The result: the number of Terracotta Troops is estimated to have reached more than 8,000 and all of them were made without using any tools or only using hands. Created since 246 BC involving more than 700,000 workers, this megaproject took up to 40 years to complete. In addition to the statues of soldiers, other statues that show professions such as musicians, acrobats, officials, and concubines were also found. In addition there are also about 40 thousand weapons made of copper. Starting from arrows, swords, to whips which, miraculously, are still in good condition despite being over 2,000 years old. Other statues: 130 chariots
The Hague. Definitely worth a visit. 🥰
An art exhibit in the town centre of Hague. I was not actually expecting an event that day but I’m glad i got to witness some amazing artists. was even inspired to paint after seeing their artworks 😂
Gouda is a typical old town in Netherlands. The Gouda Cheese Market opens only from June to August. And the hours for trading is only 10:30 - 12:30 in every Thursday.
The first time I heard about Escher, I was still in the ## show this year, and I was attracted by the dazzling Escher painting that I had to slap on. I never thought that this trip to the Netherlands actually visited the Escher Museum in The Hague, The Hague.
Escher, a Dutch painter, the world's most famous visual illusionist. His achievements are unmatched by ordinary people. His paintings really make people feel that "seeing is not necessarily true."
It is clear that the stairs to the second floor have returned to the first floor. The birds are suddenly changing into a fish when they are constantly changing. All these impossible sights are in him. The implementation of the pen. The bending of
space makes winding possible. Today we know that physical space can be bent by gravity. It can be boundless but it can be finite. Unbounded is not equal to infinity. It seems that Escher's mathematical thoughts are profound and are contained in his paintings! Escher has an incredible magic that conquers people's hearts.
The Mauritshuis collection of the most outstanding paintings since the Golden Age of the Netherlands.
Vermeer, Rembrandt, Rubens, Fabritius and Potter are well-known and well-respected The works of the world are housed in a 17th century old building in the heart of The Hague.
When you stand in front of these well-known paintings, looking at them so close together, there will be countless admiration and heartfelt emotions.
Delft, the Netherlands, is famous for producing blue pottery. They improved the blue-and-white porcelain from China and formed a unique Delft blue pottery, which was highly sought after by the royal family and nobles. The
Royal Delft Blue Pottery Factory was founded in 1653. It is the only blue pottery factory that survived in the 17th century. It still uses traditional manual methods to make pottery, so every piece of handmade blue made here. Pottery is unique.
Where are you going on weekends? Come to The Hague in South Holland for a laid-back holiday!
You can use the day ticket of South Holland to take the free bus to any Hague on this day
Moritz art The light and shadow of the pavilion
the art museum and the National Museum of the Netherlands, the Van Gogh Museum and the three major museums in the Netherlands, which house the masterpieces of many Dutch artists of the 17th century, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frans Hals Wait, here you can have a glimpse of the pinnacle of the Dutch "Golden Age"!
The treasure of the town hall: "Girl with A Pearl Earing" (a girl wearing a pearl earring), take a look at the deity of this painting, and pry into the story behind the light and shadow.........
The seaside slow time of Hngengenen
More than 10 minutes from the city center to the most famous seaside resort in the Netherlands, Scheveningen!
For the people born in the mainland, the sea is a mysterious and yearning natural existence...
Every time I come to the beach, I cant help myself, I want to enjoy this vast space. Release yourself...
There is a kind of serenity, called Delft, who is more peaceful than her twin sister, Amsterdam. She is too incompetent and has her own literary texture.
There is a kind of blue, called Delft; here in the past three centuries, the Dutch royal blue and white porcelain products have been supplied, and the Dutch families are proud of having Delft Blue. To become a master who can paint on porcelain embryos, it takes more than ten years of rigorous training.