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The Hague sculptures: US sculptor Tom Otterness
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Holly Marder added this to Travel Guide: The Hague for Design Lovers
Scheveningen BoulevardLocation: Scheveningen Noteworthy: Stroll beside the sea before grabbing a cocktail.This newly refurbished boulevard that stretches along The Hague's seaside town of Scheveningen is another lovely spot for a quiet stroll. One of the city's most prominent contemporary sculpture museums, Beelden aan Zee, commissioned a stunning collection of 23 sea-inspired sculptures by American sculptor Tom Otterness, who has designed similar public installations in New York. Pictured here is the largest sculpture, at 12 meters tall. Called "The Herring Eater," it draws on the Dutch tradition of celebrating an abundant herring season.More info: Beelden aan Zee