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29 Apr 2019 - 31 May 2019

Deze tentoonstelling over de verzetsheldin Ru Paré, die een groot aantal Joodse kinderen uit handen van de Duitse bezetter wist te houden, is vanaf 29 april in de Bibliotheek Loosduinen te zien.

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21 Dec 2018 - 16 Jun 2019

National Geographic

You would almost forget that many animals we have never seen with our own eyes, but we only know them thanks to the work of wildlife photographers!

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11 May 2019 - 1 Aug 2019

The Green Camera

Photo exhibition with the winners of the Green Camera 2018. More than 6000 images were submitted in nine different categories. Impressive landscapes, animals in action, colourful insects and artistic images. The exhibited photos form the top of Dutch nature photography.

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19 Oct 2018 - 1 Sep 2019

Space Travel

Imagine setting off for a new planet – how fantastic would that be! Space Travel gives you the chance to train for the long years of space travel, be an astronaut on board your own spacecraft, and prepare the new planet for the arrival of future residents from Earth.

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5 Oct 2019 - 6 Sep 2020

Ötzi the iceman

In deze tentoonstelling maak je kennis met de archeologische vondst van Ötzi, de ijsmummie uit de Alpen, en het forensisch onderzoek dat volgde.

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1 Mar 2020 - 25 Oct 2020

Onder Japan

In 2020 is het 75 jaar geleden dat er een einde kwam aan de Tweede Wereldoorlog. Tijdens deze oorlog was de toenmalige kolonie Nederlands-Indië, nu Indonesië, bezet door Japan.

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Bloema Gallery Mankind & Evolution

The Mankind & Evolution exhibition showcases the fascinating process of change that takes place in living organisms across many generations. Evolution has been a feature of all organisms ever since life first appeared on Earth almost 4 billion years ago

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The Earliest Coast Dwellers

This exhibition is based on information from archaeological excavations at Ypenburg, a new town development in the south-eastern part of the Hague municipal area. The area was inhabited for a number of centuries during the megalithic period, some 5,500 years ago. It was then a tidal landscape with dunes one to two metres high. The Stone Age people who inhabited it lived at the interface of fresh and salt water, where dry land met the sea.

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Geology & Technology

Our planet is constantly changing. We are aware of it every day. But what do we know about planet Earth? And... how do we know it? What technologies are being employed to find out about the planet? How can we respond to the often dramatic consequences of its motions and modifications? What do we know about what is happening deep beneath our feet? And how can we explore for oil and gas?

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Children in Wartime

What was it like to be a child during World War II? How much could children understand? And what influence did the war have on their everyday lives?

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Climate Studio

Worldwide, the weather seems to be confused. The climate is changing. What do the people who depend on nature for their daily lives tell us about this?

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Coming and Going

200 years of newcomers, refugees and fortune seekers. Why do people come to the Netherlands? What do they think of this country? Immigrants tell us.

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Human and Animal Habitats

The Netherlands is very densely populated and nature is threatened. What solutions are there to preserve our biodiversity, but also Europe's biodiversity?

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One Planet

The key to a peaceful, just and secure world is a fair distribution of food, water and energy, and the acceptance of differences in cultural identity. ONE PLANET is about challenges and new social science advances in this area. The United Nations’ seventeen Sustainable Development Goals provide the starting point for the exhibition.

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Polar Gallery

This room showcases part of the Museon’s unique collection of items from the Inuit of East Greenland. The collection is one of the most important in Europe. It is the result mainly of collecting activities by Nobel laureate Niko Tinbergen in 1932-1933, Gerti Nooter between 1965 and 1975, and the Museon in 1998.

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Justice and Peace

In the interactive exhibition Justice and Peace children and their parents can discover how justice is administered as well as what is happening in The Hague, the International City of Peace and Justice. Read more >>

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Water of life

'Enough clean drinking water for all’ is the goal but it will continue to be very hard to achieve it.

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