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Van Gogh, Black Nights, Russian cinema and Vukovar City Museum in Rendez-vous

Van Gogh, Black Nights, Russian cinema and Vukovar City Museum in Rendez-vous
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By Christopher Cummins with AGENCIES
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Van Gogh's art in Amsterdam

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Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.

The permanent exhibition of over 700 works and letters of Vincent van Gogh in Amsterdam is one of the most popular museum’s in the world with over 1.6 million visitors.

Portrait of Camille Roulin
November-December, 1888
Oil on canvas
Amsterdam, Van Gogh Museum pic.twitter.com/OyRrNDiY8a

— Friends of Vincent (@VanGoghADay) 7 November 2016

The ‘Blacks Nights Film Festival,’ Tallin.

The ‘Black Nights Film Festival’ in Tallin, Estonia is a unique event featuring animated films, films for children, youth films and shorts.The festival aims to present Estonian audiences with a comprehensive selection of world cinema in all its diversity, providing a friendly atmosphere for interaction between the audience and filmmakers.

TallinnBNFF</a>&#39;s 20th edition full line-up is now public and tickets on sale! 201 films from 69 countries:<a href="https://t.co/cU1ydGMOeT">https://t.co/cU1ydGMOeT</a> <a href="https://t.co/U0WrDTznu8">pic.twitter.com/U0WrDTznu8</a></p>&mdash; Tallinn Black Nights (TallinnBNFF) 4 November 2016

A week of Russian Cinema ‘Regards de Russia’ in Paris, France.

For the past 14 years Paris has played host to the latest in Russia cinema.

The films showcased are not usually available for international consumption.

Spanish Baroque Painting at Vukovar City Museum, Croatia.

Rarely seen works by the most important Spanish artists of the Toledo and Madrid schools are on show at the award winning Vukovar City Museum.

Vukovar City Museumhttps://t.co/Dvy1Yu3Qvd#Croatia#Vukovar#museum#museums#backpacking#travelling#hostel#hotel#hostels

— Hostelman (@Hostelman) 7 July 2016

The exhibition will be open to the public until November 16.

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