Architecture, Art and Design in Rotterdam – A Visual Impression

Lydian BrunstingEurope, Rotterdam, The Netherlands1 Comment

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Architecture, Art and Design in Rotterdam A Visual Impression Located just a one-hour train-ride from Amsterdam the modern Dutch city of Rotterdam, is one of those places that’s worth adding to your itinerary when you’re in The Netherlands. Here’s our visual impression of the second largest city of The Netherlands, which is famous for it’s architecture, maritime heritage and extensive … Read More

Amsterdam Light Festival 2014-2015

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Amsterdam Light Festival 2014-2015 The Dutch Capital Illuminated Yes, also in Amsterdam it’s soon Christmas again, which means the streets are fully decorated with festive Christmas decoration. As soon as it becomes dark the Christmas lights are lit everywhere, giving that cozy Christmasy feeling we’re all so familiar with. Yet, this is not all you’ll find in regards to lights … Read More

Amsterdam’s Hidden Gem: Ons Lieve Heer op de Solder Church

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A Hidden Treasure of Tolerance In the Heart of Amsterdam’s Red Light District You live in a city for many-many years, consider yourself a local expert knowing “everything and a bit” in town and still, occasionally you come across attractions that just makes your imaginary jaw drop. A clear sign if any that you came across a truly hidden gem. … Read More

The Global Affordable Art Fair Sensation

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The Global Affordable Art Fair Sensation If you compared it to other sectors the commercial art world was backwards, I used to go around art fairs in London in my twenties and I felt I wasn’t being catered for. There I was, with no formal art training but the desire to buy art, and no one was on hand to … Read More