A Tribute to Van Gogh’s Starry Night (125th Anniversary)

Travel Alert! For all the travelers whose souls are called to the distant corners of the earth to witness the magnificence that is the final products of the art worlds most brilliant minds! Be amazed at this: Daan Roosegaarde, a Swedish artists’, 125th anniversary tribute to Vincent van Gogh’s “Starry Night”!!!

created by Daan Roosegaarde with the help of Heijmans Infrastructure

created by Daan Roosegaarde with the help of Heijmans Infrastructure

The lights are fashioned by solar paneled led stones that charge in the daytime and come alive at night. The charge is said to hold throughout the duration of the night or just within an hour of daybreak. More than enough time for the traveling party whose destination is North Brabant,a southern province in the Netherlands, northern Belgium or East Germany to visit.

An Ariel view of the bike path

An Ariel view of the bike path

The southern province that makes up North Brabant is also filled with 4 National Parks, consisting of:

The bike path is perfect for a romantic walk over and under the stars after spending a brilliant night out on the town either at a cinematic presentation at a theatre in Breda, music in the city of Tilburg or enjoying the unique – region specific haute cuisine. It is the only Dutch province to develop its own culinary style and is often called Burgundian, which found its influences from Germany and France. Burgundian features premium cuts of pork or beef, double fried potatoes in traditional Dutch manner and the drink is also traditional Dutch beer (which typically makes its way in the recipes too).

Now you can finally walk on the stars!

Now you can finally walk on the stars!

Video:

https://www.studioroosegaarde.net/project/van-gogh-bicycle-path/

See more at the artists website found here.

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Information & Pictures are credited to the following sources:
CNN
Wikipedia
Studio Roosegaarde

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