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The world-famous Rijksmuseum is teaming up with two other Amsterdam institutions to exhibit around 30 "giant" Golden Age paintings, similar to Rembrandt's "The Night Watch," together for the first time.The Rijksmuseum, home to the world's finest collection of Dutch old masters, and the Amsterdam Museum will supply the paintings while the Hermitage Amsterdam will provide a vast room for the works to go on display.The Hermitage Amsterdam was built in the 17th century when the Dutch dominated world trade and were flush with cash to spend on paintings, many of them as vast as they are self-aggrandizing.
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