Museum De Lakenhal

Museum De Lakenhal

Leiden | Netherlands

About the Museum

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Museum de Lakenhal will reopen in mid-June 2019.

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Museum De Lakenhal is a city museum of history and fine art in Leiden, Netherlands. One highlight is its collection of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age, including A Pedlar Selling Spectacles (Allegory of Sight), one of a series of five, The Senses, by Rembrandt. The museum also hosts a collection of altarpieces and religious artifacts from before the Protestant Revolution that were formally ceded to the state in 1572.

(Photo: Wikimedia Commons: Xsandriel)

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