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Top Bezienswaardigheden Rotterdam

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Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen
1 - Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen

Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen is an art depot of Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam. It is the first publicly accessible art depot in the world. It is a 39.5 meter high, bowl-shaped building that is covered with reflective plates, so that a more or less contiguous, reduced mirror image of the environment can be seen, whereby one can look over the surrounding buildings.

2 - Euromast

At 185 meters, the Euromast is the highest tower in the Netherlands that is open to the public. Due to its shape, the tower is easily recognizable in the skyline of Rotterdam.

3 - Markthal

The Markthal is a residential and retail building with an indoor market hall. It is a gray stone building and has an arc shape like a horseshoe. Apartments have been built between the inner and outer arch. The inner facade of the Markthal is covered with an 11,000 m² (two football fields) large artwork by Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam, entitled Hoorn des Overfluents.

Kubuswoningen Blaak
4 - Kubuswoningen Blaak

The cube houses in Rotterdam are 38 cube-shaped stilt houses and 13 business cubes at the Blaak near the Oude Haven. They were built between 1982 and 1984, after a first presentation of the plans in 1978. The design by Piet Blom is a variant of the Helmond cube house in a slightly larger grid. The cube houses are built in the shape of a tilted cube on a pole, and are also known as stilt houses or tree houses.

5 - Erasmusbrug

In addition to the Willemsbrug, the Erasmus Bridge is the second bridge across the Nieuwe Maas in the center of Rotterdam. It is named after the Dutch priest and humanist Erasmus. The bridge connects the Kop van Zuid district with the center on the north side of the river. The 284 meter long cable-stayed bridge has a 139 meter high bent asymmetric steel pylon. This is why the bridge is nicknamed "The Swan".

6 - Oudehaven

The Oudehaven is one of the oldest ports in Rotterdam, in the Dutch province of South Holland. It is located in the center of the city, south-east of Rotterdam Blaak station.

Boijmans van Beuningen
7 - Boijmans van Beuningen

Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen is a museum for visual arts and owns creations in the field of visual arts, applied arts and design. The collection of drawings is one of the most important in the world. Boijmans Van Beuningen offers an overview of Dutch and European art, from the early Middle Ages to the 21st century.

Hotel New York
8 - Hotel New York

The Hotel New York on the Wilhelminapier in Rotterdam is a hotel, located in the former management building of the Holland-America Line. The hotel was opened in 1993. At the time of its opening, it was the first new company to daringly establish itself on the Kop van Zuid, the center extension on the south bank of the Maas. It was only when the Erasmus Bridge was opened in 1996 that the hotel was given a short connection to the city centre.

9 - Veerhaven

The Veerhaven is one of the many ports in Rotterdam, located between Willemskade and Westerkade in the classic Scheepvaartkwartier of Rotterdam. It is located on the north side of the Nieuwe Maas, not far from the Euromast. Since 1990, under the management of the Veerhaven Foundation, the port has served as a berth for pleasure craft and is home to historic sailing ships.

De Hef
10 - De Hef

De Hef is the popular name for the Koningshavenbrug, a railway lifting bridge over the Koningshaven in the Dutch city of Rotterdam, which has been decommissioned for train traffic since 24 September 1993. The bridge was part of the Breda - Rotterdam railway line.

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