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Corpus Museum in Oegstgeest, Netherlands

In the outskirts of Leiden in the Netherlands, there rests a giant, 115-foot-tall man colored orange. Sitting on a two-story platform beside an eleven story glass building, this towering orange man welcomes you to the Corpus Museum, the world's first museum to take visitors through the entire anatomy of the human body. The giant orange body at the Corpus Museum is cut in its center by the glass walls of the building, making it appear to be a silhouette.
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