A terminally ill woman was granted her dying wish on Wednesday when a charity organised a private viewing of a Rembrandt exhibition.
Along with three other terminally ill patients, the woman was taken to Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum on a hospital bed by the Ambulance Wish Foundation.
The four art fans were shown into the museum after hours, to avoid the crowds and allow space for their beds.
Deze mevrouw kon gisteren nog één keer genieten in het Rijksmuseum. pic.twitter.com/3FM0U8BSBp— St.Ambulance Wens (@StAmbulancewens) March 4, 2015
Around five people in the UK die every day from Motor Neurone Disease's such as ALS, half within 14 months of diagnosis.
There is currently no cure for the illness.
Kees Veldboer, a former ambulance driver, established the Ambulance Wish Foundation in 2007.
According to the Amsterdam Associated Press, Veldboer said the woman "was very happy to be able to enjoy it in peace for the last time."