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Photo Friday – Kralingen Lake, Rotterdam

Photo Friday – Kralingen Lake, Rotterdam November 19, 2010 | Photo Friday, Things to Do | Read More
Shot on a warm Summer morning, this picture shows one of the best places to spend a relaxing day in Rotterdam – the Kralingen Lake. Surrounded by the Kralingen Park (Het Kralingsche bos), the lake offers plenty of recreational activities, both for the young and the old. A full circle walking round...

Photo Friday – Euromast, Rotterdam

Photo Friday – Euromast, Rotterdam November 12, 2010 | Photo Friday, Things to Do | Read More
This week’s Photo Friday flaunts the Euromast as seen from the Maas river. This photo was taken during our Spido boat tour across the river Maas earlier this year, and presents the 185m tall tower in all its glory. Climb the tower after the boat ride to revel in the beautiful views of Rotterdam...

Photo Friday – Cube Houses (Kubus Woningen)

Photo Friday – Cube Houses (Kubus Woningen) November 5, 2010 | Hotels, Photo Friday | Read More
This photo was taken last year at the Cube Houses (Kubus Woningen) in Rotterdam. Famous for their 45 degree tilt, these houses represent a forest. with each cube house individually representing a tree in this forest. You can also plan to stay in the Stay OK hostel, operating in one of the cube houses. Travel...

Photo Friday – The Erasmus Bridge

Photo Friday – The Erasmus Bridge October 29, 2010 | Photo Friday, Things to Do | Read More
This week’s Photo Friday focuses on the pride of Rotterdam – the Erasmus Bridge. Visit the Destroyed City Memorial for last week’s photo Friday post. The city of Rotterdam has an important relation with water, being one of the largest and busiest ports in the world. The above photo...

Photo Friday – The Destroyed City Memorial

Photo Friday – The Destroyed City Memorial October 22, 2010 | Photo Friday, What's New | Read More
This is the first photo in this new Photo Friday series (starting today, the series will focus on Rotterdam, its history and culture through a photo every Friday). Known as “De Verwoeste Stad” (The Destroyed City), this statue represents a man with a hole in the heart – built as a...
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