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From taking a boat tour to visiting museums and eating great food, there are lots of fun things to do in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Things to do in Rotterdam in 48 Hours

From taking a boat tour to visiting museums and eating great food, there are lots of fun things to do in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Things to do in Rotterdam: Museum Boijmans van Beuningen

Rotterdam, City of Contrasts

De Rotterdam "vertical city" complex. Located on the south bank of Rotterdam's Maas river. #architecture #rotterdam

Rotterdam

De Rotterdam "vertical city" complex. Located on the south bank of Rotterdam's Maas river. #architecture #rotterdam

I spent 48 hours in Rotterdam and absolutely loved! Click to discover what exactly it was that made me adore this Dutch port city. Hint: among other things, it might have something to do with the amazing food I ate there.

48 hours in Rotterdam

I spent 48 hours in Rotterdam and absolutely loved! Click to discover what exactly it was that made me adore this Dutch port city. Hint: among other things, it might have something to do with the amazing food I ate there.

The Cubic Houses are a curious and magnificent architectural wonder located in Rotterdam, Netherlands. They were conceived and constructed by architect Piet Blom in the 1970s

The Curious Cubic Houses Of Rotterdam

The Cubic Houses are a curious and magnificent architectural wonder located in Rotterdam, Netherlands. They were conceived and constructed by architect Piet Blom in the 1970s

Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.

square living : architecture : Kubuswoningen / Cube House : Piet Blom : rotterdam netherlands

Netherlands Cubic Houses in Rotterdam. Architect Piet Blom turned a parallelepiped an angle of 45 degrees and put a hexagonal pylon at an angle along with it. The houses have three floors. The entrance is on the ground floor, a guest room with a kitchen is on the second floor and two bedrooms and a bathroom are on the third floor. A small garden is sometimes placed on the upper floor.

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