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We went there during the open night of museums and looked at all the pictures. Even though the house seems to be stuck in the 70s, the exhibitions were interesting to look at. Nevertheless we were done within 20 minutes and moved on to the...More
We went there to see the "new york" pictures and " army barracks living". An exhibition which was announced. Well the pictures were "prints" of different types of people in new york city mainly. Being sold for over...if i remember correctly 400 euros. All well...More