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August 21, 2015

At the Beach, Gardens, Parks, Parks & Playgrounds & Gardens

Are you enjoying the nice weather in Kijkduin these days? Don’t forget to take a look at this! This pretty green crater is called Het Hemelse Gewelf (Celestial Vault), made by the artist James Turrall in 1992. Turrall created this place to gaze at the sky. The scale of the original plan of an artificial crater in the dunes was so big that no one believed that it would ever be realized, but it did! In this photo you see only one part of the piece, that’s how big the total thing is. Obama handed out the most important US art award, The National Medal of Art and Humanities, for this piece of art in 2014. You find this spectacular piece of landscape art at Machiel Vrijenhoeklaan 175 in Kijkduin (across restaurant De Haagsche Beek). Go check it out and remember, the sky is the limit!


Machiel Vrijenhoeklaan 175

2555 NA Den Haag

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