Tropenmuseum is Amsterdam's own little tropical corner

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Amsterdam: Tropenmuseum Entrance Ticket

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Marvel at treasures from around the world with an entrance ticket to the Tropenmuseum, one of the la...

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Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam

Tropenmuseum is Amsterdam's own little tropical corner.

Tropenmuseum is Amsterdam's own little tropical corner. This interesting ethnographic and cultural museum dedicated to Africa, Asia, and South America houses a vast collection of colonial artifacts related to everyday life in the tropics as well as some exotica.


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About Tropenmuseum

 Linnaeusstraat 2

 +31 20 568 820

 www.kit.nl

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