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Delft Hooikade by Night "onder de blauwe rook"

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In Delft, the performing artist, Marco Fulgheri, has made an old chimney make blue smoke. This piece of art was shown every Friday when it just turned dark. It was set-up at a squad place where more artists do their business.

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A: Delft Scheepsmakerij "under the the blue smoke"

by Mark de Graaf, 80 meters away

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B: Delft Army Museum Westvest

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C: Prinses Irene Tunnel Graffiti Delft

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D: Delft Prinses Irene (graffiti) Tunnel

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F: Graffiti at Irene Tunnel in Delft

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G: Nightwatch in Delft Blue at Porceleyne Fles

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H: Porceleyne Fles Stairs

by Mark de Graaf, 540 meters away

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I: TU University of Technology Faculty Architecture

by Mark de Graaf, 630 meters away

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J: Delft Oude Delft Bridge

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