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French Grandeur in The Hague

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It was a lovely afternoon last week when H.E. Mr. Pierre Menat, Ambassador of France with a group a friends from different nationalities, diplomats, Dutch officials, artists, and business people came to enjoy the French contemporary sculpture exhibition displayed on the Lange Voorhout in The Hague’s city centre named Grandeur.

Grandeur , presented by The Hague Sculpture and Museum Beelden  aan Zee  means big, enormous as the monumental sculptures featuring chairs, birds, the moon and even a football player that will be sitting on the venue from June 6 to August 31. Ambassador Menat accompanied by a guide gave explanations and showed to his guests each monumental piece of French art before going to his residence to share a nice dinner.

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