Banned In Amsterdam


Amsterdam’s celebrated Rijksmuseum has recently banned cameras and phone photography. Instead, the world famous art museum is encouraging visitors to draw or sketch the artworks. The institution has even created a project called StartDrawing that offers free sketchbooks, pencils, easels, and drawing classes to the visiting public.




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