Maastricht host to world's most famous art fair

May 1997
Marketing Event;May97, p12
Reports that the European Fine Art Fair, TEFAF Maastricht, was held at the Maastricht Exhibition and Congress Center in from March 7-16, 1997 in Maastricht, Netherlands. Number of international and antique dealers from various parts of the world that participated in the exhibition; people responsible for making the fair a festive occasion for exhibitors and visitors. INSET: Maastricht has already conquered many hearts..


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