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Eindhoven, located in the province of Northern Brabant, to the south of the Netherlands, is home of interesting museums with novel and outstanding proposals. Taking a walk by the city that crosses the Dommel river, it is possible to be with anyone of them, and for that it is good for being preparation.
They go Abbemuseum, in Eindhoven.
Van the Abbemuseum, in number 10 of the Bilderdijklaan street, is one of the main museums of modern and contemporary art of the world. Its admirable collection includes names like Picasso, Chagall, Beuys, Kandinsky, the Lissitzky, Theo van Doesburg, Mondriaan and Appel.
In January of 2003, Reina Beatriz reinauguró the museum, that was extended and offers a greater space now four times for the exhibitions. In addition, other new features include the bookstore, the audience, the restaurant and a catalog surprising multimedia. The building in itself is also a work that does not happen unnoticed.
The first factory of incandescent lamps of Philips, established in 1891 in number 31 of Emmasingel is today a trip to the history of the city, in first and older factory than was located in Eindhoven. The free building, his low cost and the amount of manpower available in the city drove Gérard Philips, been born in Zaltbommel, to install their factory in that one place, to produce that one invention that, with much intelligence, he considered possessor of a great future. There it is possible to be seen as the light bulbs made then, a unique experience in the very attractive world and without a doubt.
Center of Kunstlicht Art in of Kunst.
The Center of Kunstlicht Art in of Kunst owns a collection of paintings and amazing sculptures. The thematic one around which they take place is the artificial light. 600 works compose the permanent sample, all of them done of light! Also it is placed in the old Philips factory, in number 31 of the Emmasingel street.
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