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Ships used to dock in this area for almost a hundred years. Now the port has moved towards the Northsea and the abandoned space has been 'redeveloped'. Riek Bakker the chief urban planner of the 1980s envisioned a new modern urban area that would foster...More
This is a wonderful place to visit. It is on the bus line and close to the Market where you can spend hours sampling wonderful food. The houses are each different and one is open for visits. You can also rent one of the houses...More
This neighborhood, once a very important harbor area, was in the last years transformed into a social, cultural and architectural hotspot. Lots of modern buildings, most of them office buildings, a new (and equally modern) theater, the emblematic Hotel New York and the national photo...More
A thriving district of Rotterdam, where old factory and new buildings coexist. You can find commercial buildings, business hotels and old corners that remind New York. You can "visit" it if you go from Erasmus Bridge to Fenix Food Factory.
London has its Docklands with Canary Wharf and Rotterdam has its "Kop van Zuid". Although it seems a bit arrogant to compare Rotterdam with London, both areas, Docklands and "Kop van Zuid", are city redevelopments on abandoned and derelict harbour areas. Conceived almost 30 years...More