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Erasmusbrug (Erasmus Bridge)
Better known by its affectionate local nickname of “the Swan,” Erasmus Bridge crosses the River Nieuwe Maas with its elegant white spines, constructed in 1996 to link north and south Rotterdam across the harbor. Designed by Ben van Berkel, the bridge is an iconic landmark in Rotterdam, and its 456-foot (139-meter) single pylon supports 32 steel cables from which the half-mile (800 m) roadway is suspended. The southern side of the bridge includes Europe’s heaviest bascule, which lifts in order to let shipping transport through. It’s best seen at close quarters from the water on a harbor tour, from above on the viewing platform of Euromast or from the walking and cycling trails around the Port of Rotterdam.
Address: Rotterdam, Netherlands

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Private architecture tour of Rotterdam

Private architecture tour of Rotterdam

Experience a 3-hour architectural tour of Rotterdam and see the city's most fascinating buildings. Embark on an architectural tour of Rotterdam, also known as the “Manhattan on the Meuse” due to its skyline. The perfect tour for company outings and all architecture enthusiasts. Rotterdam is known worldwide for its modern architecture. The vibrant view a variety of original skyscrapers, offices and residential buildings. I will tell you more about the history of the buildings, the different architectural styles and backgrounds. Get a comprehensive insight into the history of Rotterdam and the Netherlands. On your city tour you will pass buildings by internationally known architects such as Norman Foster, Alvaro Siza and Rem Koolhaas. On the way you will also encounter Dutch masters such as Van Berkel, Houben and Maas.
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