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Wild Tulips in Remote Himalayan Mountains


  • Title:  Wild Tulips in Remote Himalayan Mountains
  • Description:  What's New at the Amsterdam Tulip Museum? The museum's exquisite new 45-page full-color booklet on wild tulips is available free to all visitors in celebration of its recent renovation. Millions of visitors flock to Holland each spring to see the famed Dutch tulips. But tulips are not native to Holland. To see tulips growing wild in their remote native habitats, you can travel to hard-to-reach mountain ridges and barren steppes of the Himalayan and Ural Mountains -- or stop by The Amsterdam Tulip Museum for an insider's view. The museum teamed up with six world-famous Dutch tulip explorers, creating wild tulip exhibits and the stunning "Tulips" booklet from their photography. The vivid coloring of wild tulips is startling against the rugged backdrops of their extreme natural habitats. The Amsterdam Tulip Museum is located at Prinsengracht 116, 1015 EA Amsterdam - Netherlands, +31 (0)20 421 00 95. The museum and shop are open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, except King's Day (April 27) and Christmas Day (December 25). Museum admission is 5 Euros for adults, 3 for students and 15 for families of 3 or more. I amsterdam City Card and Holland Pass are accepted. No admission is necessary to visit the museum shop.
  • Copyright:  Copyright-free for editorial, educational and personal use. All other rights, especially commercial rights reserved by Schipper & Company U.S.A. Inc.. Please credit Amsterdam Tulip Museum
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  • Pixels:  4288x2862
  • Filesize:  3.65MB
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