Obviously a must-see in Amsterdam. Not only the collection gathers almost all great pieces of Van Gogh's work, but it also shows a few of his belongings and a lot of his history. Even though there are famous Van Gogh's in almost all world big museums, there's nothing missing here and you can treat yourself with a few hours just staring at still lives (Irises, my alltime favourite, is there in a wall of its own), landscapes, his oriental phase, peasant life, portraits and all. It's the kind of museum where you will share the space with art students on the floor drawing and kid groups (well behaved though!) and their teachers talking about art and the artists. The upper floor with other artists works (related to Van Gogh) and temporary exhibits might not be as interesting as it sounds, but it is still one of Amsterdam's best museums (maybe even a nicer visit than the Rijksmuseum for those who like a faster trip to museums).
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