has a "No photo" - policy
Photos are a very good way to
show our users what they can expect to find if they visit one of the
attractions - so photos have become a very important part of this guide.
Unfortunately some museums
and other attractions have a very strict "no photo" policy, where it is
not in any way allowed to take and use photos from their location and/or
of their collection. This is the reason why you have ended up on this
In some cases this is due to
legal issues (like copyrights etc.), which is something that we at
European Tourist Guide fully accepts - even if we find that the right to
enforce copyrights is sometimes foolish and misused.
In other cases it is very
difficult to understand why a museum or attraction have a "no photo"
policy. European Tourist Guide will still normally respect the "no
photo" policy - even if we find it foolish and/or not understandable.
Why not just show the world what you have to offer?
Some attractions use the
excuse that they don't people to use flash when photographing as it can
have an impact one some of the items that are displayed. If this is the
case then why not just set up a "no flash" policy?
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