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Plenty windows in this "Entrepot du Congo" (Antwerp)


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Side Entrance

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Blue Window (Grotto by Niki de Saint Phalle, Herrenhäuser Gärten, Hannover)

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Fascinating view! TFS!
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Entrance to the town hall of Duffel (Belgium)


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Derelict door and a window with no glass left in it (Doel, Belgium)


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Rodin's Nightmare, Gate to the one place you don't want to go to

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Had to look it up, it is The Gates of Hell. Is it the version in Philly?

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Hi Addy;
Its in the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts Museum in Stanford University, Palo Alto California
Its the 2nd largest collection of Rodin's work after the Musee Rodin Paris. (It houses a lot of Rodin's!)
Specifically its in the museums Rodin Sculpture Garden
It is a fabulous, fabulous place. I go as often as I can. And its Free!

Many consider it his masterpiece. It is the origin of his "the Thinker" sculpture
there is a Rodin Thinker sculpture inside the museum as well as one in the Legion of Honor Museum in San Francisco. I consider the side statues genius themselves
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