I had no expectation when I visited this museum. It is located nearby my friend's house in The Hague, so I decided to drop by. The 3D paintings on the ground floor are very smartly created. They leave us impression as if we're inside them and see them from various perspective. The views are different when we see them from different perspective. If we go upstair, we can see the 360-degree panorama painting. It feels real. In term of history, it also gives us idea about how Dutch people lived nearby Scheveningen area in the past.
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