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The name of the museum translates from Dutch as "State Museum".
 
The name of the museum translates from Dutch as "State Museum".
   
The production materials for ''The Waters of Amsterdam'' <ref>Big Finish - Main Range - 208. The Waters of Amsterdam [https://www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/the-waters-of-amsterdam-1047]. Retrieved 19 June 2016</ref> featured an incorrect spelling "Rijkmuseum" but the writer's notes for the story by [[Jonathan Morris]] <ref>Big Finish - Main Range - 208. The Waters of Amsterdam - Behind the Scenes [https://www.bigfinish.com/releases/v/the-waters-of-amsterdam-1047/behind_the_scenes]. Retrieved 19 June 2016</ref> gave the correct spelling.
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Rijksmuseum was a museum in Amsterdam.

In 1983, the Fifth Doctor, Tegan and Nyssa visited an exhibit of Rembrandt van Rijn's work in the Rijksmuseum. (AUDIO: The Waters of Amsterdam)

In the 33rd century, the Seventh Doctor saved Rembrandt's painting The Night Watch from this museum before it burned down. (AUDIO: Dust Breeding)

Behind the scenes Edit

The name of the museum translates from Dutch as "State Museum".

The production materials for The Waters of Amsterdam [1] featured an incorrect spelling "Rijkmuseum" but the writer's notes for the story by Jonathan Morris [2] gave the correct spelling.

  1. Big Finish - Main Range - 208. The Waters of Amsterdam [1]. Retrieved 19 June 2016
  2. Big Finish - Main Range - 208. The Waters of Amsterdam - Behind the Scenes [2]. Retrieved 19 June 2016
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