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This website runs on the WordPress platform, a content management system (CMS) developed by Automattic. During your visit, WordPress uses a cookie to check whether your browser supports cookies. These cookies are not used for analyses but are purely for functional purposes. WordPress adheres to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines. We therefore refer you to Automattic’s General Terms and Conditions.
These cookies are placed by Google as part of the Google Analytics and Google AdWords services. Google Analytics is a service that analyses websites and is offered by Google LLC. Through the use of these cookies, the Zaans Museum obtains insight into website visits in terms of visitor numbers and popular pages and subjects. The Zaans Museum can use this information to better tailor its communications to the needs of website visitors. The Zaans Museum cannot see who, meaning which PC, is visiting its website – such data are stored anonymously. Google LLC adheres to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) guidelines. We therefore refer you to Google LLC’s General Terms and Conditions.
This website uses fonts provided by Google Fonts, an online service provided by Google LLC. Google Fonts measures how often a font is requested for downloads but does not store any data with which it can identify people. We therefore refer you to Google LLC’s General Terms and Conditions.
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These Privacy and Cookie Policies will be updated intermittently. The most recent versions can be found at https://www.zaansmuseum.nl/