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Image caption Caravaggio's Narcissus is back on display at the Rijksmuseum as part of its Caravaggio-Bernini exhibition. Some of Europe's best known art museums are reopening after closing in March for the Covid-19 pandemic but it will be far from business as usual. For most of these museums and galleries, it will be a matter of limiting visitor numbers, intensifying cleaning procedures and insisting all tickets be bought online in advance. Normally at this time of year Amsterdam's huge and world-famous Rijksmuseum would have up to 12,000 visitors daily. Image caption Louise Bourgeois's Maman sculpture on display outside Bilbao's Guggenheim in February. From this week that number will be st... Full story

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