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Museum of Photography, Charleroi

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  • Its nothing extra to see there, but if you have time you can visit this museum, has some nice pictures. Liked the modern pictures from 19-20th century,and the cameras exhibited there as well.  more »
  • The permanent collection is in itself worth a visit and with the additional funding the museum will get this year they should be able to have three special exhibitions each year (we were told by the v...  more »
  • Museum hosted in an ancient cloister depicting the history of photopraphy from the early beginnings to modern age. Awesome rooms and a very reasonable price. The museum café is a peaceful place before...  more »
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  • I think that it's a must! What a beautiful place.
  • The biggest and best photography museum in Belgium. You get to see everything from early photos but also the technical part of how it all started. Don't let yourself misled by the bad reviews. Those people don't know what a museum is.
  • Super museum in a beautiful monastic setting
  • Accessible PMR
  • What I liked: the conversion of the scene: having known the public part of the monastery, I've been impressed by the brightness and the reallocation. Free the Museum the first Sunday of the month, off temporary exhibition. The presence of the park that completes the visit. The visit allows to alternate materials and photos, it is pleasant but lacks structure for my taste. What I liked least: the temporary exhibition or rather the artist, not too my vision of photography.
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