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Monuments & Statues in Amstelveen

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  • Solodam J
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands35,357 contributions
    The "Nationaal Dachau-monument" consists of a sixty meter long road of Belgian bluestone; 2.35 meters wide, with a high row of trees on the left and right, 3.5 meters high tightly clipped yew hedge. The names of 500 concentration camps and satellite camps are carved in the street. So walking along the blue pavement one reads the names of the terrible places that are remembered here. It is simple but impressive.
    Written 4 July 2021
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    Poland2,948 contributions
    Statuette in bronze by Dirk Stins (1914-1984). It is unknown (to me) what the author intended, or who commissioned the work, however the statuette is pretty in its execution and detail. Lovely little object to behold.
    Written 3 December 2019
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  • Solodam J
    Amsterdam, The Netherlands35,357 contributions
    The Brandstapel is the work of Karel Appel from 1992 when he was in Tuscany. It was cast in bronze and placed it at the front of the Cobra Museum in 2001. The fountain is also part the artwork. It's typical CoBrA, quirky
    Written 30 August 2019
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