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Rotterdam celebrates its architecture.

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75 years ago, the first reconstruction effort of Rotterdam started in 1941 already. In fact, the first plans for reconstruction were drawn up only a few weeks after the bombing of Rotterdam on may 14th, 1940.

In 2017 we're celebrating our architecture you might say. One of the hommages to Maaskant, an architect who left his mark in Rotterdam, is a giant stairway that lets you access the roof of his Groothandelsgebouw. It'll be there for a limited time, so if you are in the Netherlands this summer, head to Rotterdam. Lots of things happening. Very festive!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejPuKh9FpwQ

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