The most important collection of drawings and objects from the camps set up by the Japanese in World War II in Netherlands East Indies, Burma, Thailand and Japan.

Unglazed Berber earthenware from Morocco’s Rif region.

The largest collection in the Netherlands.

Garments and cloths with simple patterns with predominantly austere colours, agricultural tools and household goods.

Himalaya culture illustrated: scroll paintings, bronze, wooden and stone sculptures.

Objects from Indonesia’s Hindu period.

A collection that shows the development of primary education in the Netherlands.

Fabrics, ornaments and tools used by the Quechua and Inca.

The largest Surinam collection in the Netherlands. Special items include a kwakwa bangi, a bench/altar used in a Winti ritual and a diorama of G. Schouten from 1834.

A unique collection that counts about 1100 fabrics.


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