Last Saturday, the Night of Arts and Science took place. The entire city centre of Groningen was bustling with activity. Visitors were able to enjoy more than 150 acts, including scientific experiments and demonstrations, lectures on inclusivity, debates, workshops, street theatre, cabaret and music.
Were you unable to visit the festival or do you want to relive the Night? Get an impression of the festival in the video below.
(Photos: Gerhard Taatgen)
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