The Van Gogh-Roosegaarde path is part of the cycle route that connects the van Gogh heritage sites in the Noord Brabant province, where the artist was born. (Photograph courtesy Studio Roosegaarde)
This July marks the 125th anniversary of Vincent van Gogh’s untimely death at the age of 37. Though the painter is now credited as one of the most important Dutch artists of all time, the Postimpressionist genius was largely ignored in his lifetime.
Here are five unusual places to experience van Gogh’s legacy—minus the absinthe:
Eindhoven (Netherlands): Look down for a stellar sight along the new bike path inspired by “Starry Night” and made with solar-powered stones.