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Tot Zover, the Dutch Funeral Museum, addresses the morbid theme of funerary culture in an interesting and practical way.
Tot Zover, the Dutch Funeral Museum, addresses the morbid theme of funerary culture in an interesting and practical way. The museum is located in De Nieuwe Ooster, a memorial park in Amsterdam that has a cemetery and crematorium. It explores the traditions and customs associated with death, explaining the rituals observed by different cultures, and the processes of cremation and burial. The collection comprises items involved in funeral traditions such as funerary masks, caskets and urns, lanterns, hearses, mourning attire, and paintings and movie clips of funerary practices.
Kruislaan 124, 1097 GA Amsterdam, Netherlands
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