Beelden aan Zee Museum
This museum occupies a pavilion built for Queen Wilhelmina in 1826. It contains sculpture compiled by the Scholten-Miltenburg couple by contemporary artists from all over the world (Appel, Koenig, Zijlstra, Tajiri, Otto, Man Ray, Mitoraj), spanning a wide diversity of styles and materials. The subject of the permanent collection, the universal image of the human being, includes sculptures depicting the human body. Outdoor sculpture in the gardens.
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