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From the Amsterdam Light Festival’s website,
“Alley of Light is a three-dimensional matrix consisting of close to 2,000 LED lights. This ‘construction’, hanging between several poles is 4 meters high and 12 meters long. In the center is an alley of light, or a long narrow passage that you can walk through. Instead of red or grey bricks, you are surrounded by thousands of lights that continuously change in intensity. Open, dynamic and enchanting, this alley represents the best qualities that a contemporary city like Amsterdam has to offer.”
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