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Escher Museum Gallery
Netherlands

This is one of the upstairs galleries at  the Escher Museum in the Hague.  Address: Lange Voorhout 74 2514 EH Den Haag.  See a more Escheresque version of it here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/simons/8023379763/

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